Bella Italia Paccheri Giganti is the traditional form of pasta originating in Naples with the shape of huge macaroni, generally made from durum wheat flour. The name comes from the combination of the two ancient Greek words meaning all and hand, referring to the artisan manufacture of this shape. The term remained in the Italian language, initially "pacca", with the meaning of an open handed, joyous, affectionate pat.
Any sauce will spontaneously cling to the pasta thanks to its concave form, giving a rich and succulent experience. The shape is ideal for satisfying every desire for transgression or whim and will bring cheer to the whole family at table on traditional feast days.