American pasta maker Sfoglini debuts its creative pastas made with North American grains in Walmart stores nationwide. Based in New York’s Hudson Valley, Sfoglini partners with small farms to source North American organic grains and utilizes traditional Italian pasta-making techniques.
Sfoglini launches four unique offerings at Walmart:
- Cascatelli — a totally new pasta shape invention made in collaboration with The Sporkful food podcast host Dan Pashman. The launch in Walmart more than doubles the number of stores now carrying this pasta.
- Trumpets — holds its shape in fluted petals like a flower or a horn. Can be accompanied by a thick cheese sauce, baked in a casserole or tossed with vegetables, beans and lentils in a pasta salad.
- Radiators – traditionally named radiatore, after old cast-iron steam radiators, Sfoglini’s radiators have nooks and ruffled edges that capture extra sauce. Great for chunky tomato sauces, add hunks of bacon and sausage or combine with arugula, tomato and onion.
- Whole Grain Reginetti – ribbon shaped pasta that can go with a spiced meat ragu or baked casseroles.
Sfoglini is available at Walmart through their Open Call program, Walmart’s largest sourcing event where businesses pitch products to be sold on Walmart shelves. In 2022, there were 1,100 small businesses selected to pitch and Sfoglini was just one of 330 selected businesses to receive a deal for shelfspace. Sfoglini’s launch in Walmart expands access to American-made pasta across the country.
For more information on Sfoglini, visit Sfoglini.