“Pasta is a perfect food”, concludes Khantha Shelke, Food Scientist and Educator in this video interview. “The most important thing is that it’s good for everybody, men and women, at any age”.
Everybody knows it’s good but the symbol of Mediterranean diet is also a sustainable “eco-friendly” food.
Pasta is the main symbol of Mediterranean diet together with extra virgin olive oil, vegetables and legumes. An updated scientific literature explains that pasta is the right food to feed the planet, as revealed during the last World Pasta Day. From the field to the table, the environmental impact of the pasta is really low, as explained in this video by Duncan Williamson, of WWF UK.
 

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Top Regions: World Pasta Production
  • Central & South America 21.0%
  • North America 14.4%
  • U.E. 33.6%
  • Other Europe 19.4%
by volume in tonnes - 2017

@Int_Pasta_Org So true!! Pasta is so popular, especially now during the pandemic, that all brands are in short supply in the Berkshires in MA. Many supermarkets only allow 2 pounds to be sold per customer

Pasta: the meaning behind each shape https://t.co/uJsEDzSkh2 via @Int_Pasta_Org

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