Garden Time Organic Pastas

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About Garden Time

Handcrafted Pasta. USDA Organic. All Garden Time pastas are certified organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI) and Kosher by Kosher Supervisors of America (KSA).

Our goal at Garden Time is to make the best pasta, period! You can only do that by starting with great wheat. We source our Organic semolina from the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in Montana’s Teton County, known the world over as, The Golden Triangle. The Golden Triangle region is located hundreds of miles from any major city so our wheat is not exposed to urban chemicals and pollutants, only natural spring water and the crisp, clean air of Montana.

Garden Time is more durable than any other pasta due it its high gluten strength. As a result, it holds its shape, is less sticky and cooks to al dente texture every time. At Garden Time, we combine the finest American Organic semolina, with 3 generations of old world Italian craftsmanship to make the best Organic pasta in the world. We think you’ll like it a lot.

We donate 10% of our profits to groups that support environmental preservation, sustainable agricultural practices, hunger prevention and community based health initiatives. Product of USA.

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Quick Facts

Location: Chino, CA
Distance from in.gredients: Roughly 1,350 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: UNFI Delivery Why UNFI?


Organic Whole Wheat Spirals: Kosher. These are spring-shaped lengths of pasta. They’re good with chunky sauces or in pasta salads. Ingredients: Whole wheat semolina flour

Organic Whole Wheat Spaghetti: Kosher. The classic pasta, spaghetti is best with light tomato or cream sauces. Ingredients: Whole wheat semolina flour

Organic Whole Wheat Elbows: Kosher. Elbow Macaroni is a highly versatile pasta shape that can be topped with any kind of sauce, baked, or put in soups, salads and stir-fry dishes. The elbow shape is a classic for macaroni and cheese. Ingredients: Whole wheat semolina flour

Organic Penne Pasta: Kosher. Consisting of short tubes cut on the diagonal, Penne scoops up sauce with each forkful. It’s very versatile, and works well mixed with a sauce, or in a casserole, soup, or pasta salad.

Written by Josh Blaine

January 1, 2011 at 1:07 pm

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