A typical pasta from Campania is Paccheri Rigati. The name derives from "paccarià" which means "slap" in Neapolitan dialect. It is an excellent choice for cooking pasta dishes with rich, hearty meat ragùs such as the Neapolitan ragù, which helps to fill your pasta with flavor.
There are different reasons why Pasta Cocco is so unique and still said to be among the best pasta in Italy. Produced with traditional old machines, Giuseppe Cocco rebuilt right after the second world war, piece by piece, the necessary tools to continue his father’s know-how for Italian pasta making.