Italian Entrepreneur in the USA Introduces Authentic Italian Pasta to the US Instant Food Market with Pasta Noodles
Entrepreneur Paolo Internicola is revolutionizing the instant food market in the US with Pasta Noodles, an innovative product that combines authentic Italian taste with modern production technology.
Paolo Internicola, an entrepreneur from Palermo who has been living in the United States for years, is promoting the "made in Italy" food industry in the US with an innovative product that combines simplicity of preparation, high-quality ingredients, and Italian production technology. The idea behind Pasta Noodles (www.pastanoodles.com) is simple: to provide authentic Italian pasta that is al dente cooked and ready in just a few minutes, without compromising on taste or quality. The Sicilian entrepreneur has worked tirelessly to create a product that respects Italian culinary tradition and satisfies even the most discerning consumers. The result is a product that is already winning the hearts of pasta enthusiasts across the United States.
"With Pasta Noodles, we aim to revolutionize the American instant food market," said Paolo Internicola, general manager of Pasta Noodles. "Our product is based on an innovative production technology developed in Italy, which maximizes the flavor and nutritional benefits of ready-made pasta while providing an alternative way to promote and appreciate Italian-made pasta in a market currently dominated by Asian products."
Storci SpA, a leading producer of pasta production lines, developed this product with the same care it uses to produce the high-quality pasta-making equipment that has made Pasta di Gragnano famous. Pasta Noodles is also nutritionally complete, being much healthier than the oriental ramen, where the pasta is pre-cooked with frying oil, while Pasta Noodles are cooked with steam. On average, a single strand of ramen contains over 900 calories, while Pasta Noodles have less than 250 calories per serving with 80% less fat. They are available in different recipes typical of Italian cuisine (marinara, spicy marinara, and cheese) and are made with high-quality ingredients, including Italian durum wheat semolina and fresh vegetables. They are also easy to prepare and can be enjoyed anywhere, at any time of the day.
Pasta Noodles are already available at major grocery retailers across the United States and online, paving the way for Italian food in the instant food sector in the US, a vast and consolidated market currently dominated by Asian-inspired cuisine. The innovative approach of Pasta Noodles to combine authentic Italian taste with modern production technology is a significant development that could revolutionize the instant food market in the US.