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Old 10-09-2013, 09:13 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Rocket_J_Dawg View Post
They actually do now. We saw it this past spring when we were in Germany. Barilla makes it now. Cereali integrali or just Integrale means whole wheat.
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I didn't see any coloured pasta on that page, just regular whole wheat. I've never noticed Barilla whole wheat, but to be honest, I don't usually bother looking for whole wheat pasta at the supermarket.

I pick up dry pasta at the health food store. They carry two wonderful, Italian brands of organic, whole wheat pasta: Bio Naturae and Fellicetti. I haven't seen the coloured pasta in whole wheat.

(Integrale is one of the terms for whole wheat in French. I live in Quebec, so I am familiar with the term.)

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