Pasta is increasingly becoming a common part of the diet of people around the world thanks to its nutritional and food qualities, shelf-life and ease of preparation. However, it is only thanks to the continuous technological development of production processes that pasta can now be produced worldwide.
Latest technologies improve the production processes
Pasta is considered to be of high quality if it correctly interprets and satisfies the needs of consumers in a specific market. To meet this prerequisite, both the production process and the end product must respect fundamental principles designed to enhance both the production chain, the environment and the community in which it operates. A very high-quality production process must:
- be environmentally friendly and have a low environmental impact, i.e. be designed to reduce energy consumption and increase the efficiency of the production line;
- protect human rights, i.e. be designed and built to be safe, easy to maintain and ergonomic;
- enhance local raw materials, thereby increasing local development and reducing transport times and costs.
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