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The production of pasta in Gragnano dates back to the sixteenth century when it appeared all the territory the first family-run pasta. The story on the origin of Gragnano famous as the home of the pulp to 12 July 1845, the day when the King of the Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand II of Bourbon, during a lunch granted to manufacturers Gragnano the high privilege of providing the court of all the long pasta. Until the seventeenth century was a very widespread food but, as a result of the famine that struck the Kingdom of Naples, it became a staple food due to its nutritional qualities and for the invention that enables the production of pasta, called white gold, cheap pressing the dough through the dies. The ideal soil to allow the production were Gragnano and Naples, thanks to their microclimate compounds from wind, sun and right humidity.

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