List of products by brand Divella

The best things are always the simplest ones. This is the secret of a successful company. Divella has been producing durum wheat semolina pasta since 1890: a story that began at the hands of Francesco Divella who built his first mill for grinding wheat in Rutigliano, a small agricultural town in the province of Bari. Day after day, the daily commitment of many people has borne fruit, transforming the company, now in its fourth generation, into a solid reality that faces the challenges of the Italian and foreign markets every day. The company mission can be summarized in a few points: - quality control, careful selection of raw materials and modern technologies; - attention to consumer health and safety; - respect for the environment and social responsibility. Our pasta is produced with durum wheat semolina grown in Italy and countries of the European Union and countries outside the European Union ground in Italy. Enhancing the pleasure of eating well means offering quality foods that fit well into a balanced diet. It is in these few concepts that our daily commitment is summed up for you who love authentic flavours. Great results are obtained starting from small steps: the first Divella plant, in fact, despite being small in size, was equipped with a sturdy French millstone, which immediately became the company's symbol. The turning point came between the eighties and nineties, with the new pasta factory which increased production capacity. Three hundred and twenty people contribute to the life of our factories every day. Our mills grind selected grains among the best, transforming them into semolina for the production of pasta, flour and biscuits: every day we grind 1200 tons of durum wheat, 400 tons of soft wheat. We produce 1000 tons of dry pasta, 35 tons of fresh pasta and 90 tons of biscuits per day. Over 150 pasta shapes for a vast choice that satisfies the requests of the most demanding consumers: spaghetti, rigatoni, the famous orecchiette, egg pasta, bronze drawn, wholemeal and finally pasta enriched with dehydrated vegetables. A production in the name of an all-Italian tradition that has allowed us to re-propose the unmistakable flavors requested by our customers.