Pamela's Products enters pasta category

by Rebekah Schouten
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Pamela's Products pasta
Pamela's new pastas are made with white rice flour and sprouted brown rice flour.
 

UKIAH, CALIF. — Pamela’s Products is launching a new line of pastas and pasta meals, marking the gluten-free baking mix and snack company’s foray into the pasta category.

Made with white rice flour and sprouted brown rice flour, Pamela’s pasta products are Non-GMO Project verified, U.S.D.A. certified organic and offer 8 grams of pea protein per serving. The dried pastas are available in four varieties: penne, rotini, elbows and spaghetti.

Pamela's Products macaroni and cheese meal
Pamela’s is also launching pasta meals featuring its new gluten-free pasta paired with sauce packets.
 

Additionally, Pamela’s will offer pasta meals featuring its new gluten-free pasta paired with sauce packets made with 100% cheese, the company said. Providing 13 grams of pea protein per 2-oz serving, the meals come in four varieties: Mac N’ Cheese, Spicy Mac N’ Cheese, Creamy Alfredo and Creamy Mushroom.

Pamela Giusto-Sorrells, Pamela's Products
Pamela Giusto-Sorrells, founder of Pamela’s Products
“As we round the corner toward 30 years in business, we continue to see opportunities to grow into new categories while maintaining our focus on great-tasting gluten-free foods made with clean ingredients,” said Pamela Giusto-Sorrells, founder of Pamela’s Products. “Pasta is a personal passion of mine because of my Italian heritage. There are other gluten-free pastas on the market, but we’re confident ours has exceptional taste and texture with the added bonus of plant-based protein.” 
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