Avesani daily produces 50 tonnes per day of filled pasta and founded in 1951 is one of the top 10 tortellini companies
Avesani is IFS, BRC and Organic qualified and only works on quality products with 65 days shelf life as chilled or 12 months as frozen
The dough is made without water as we believe that it downgrades the quality of the product. There are 9 families of filled pasta and below we are happy to introduce you to the fast selling ones:
BiovegFor all lovers of natural food, a totally vegetarian and organic filled pasta…
I gran ripieni Gold
For lovers of filled pasta…
… a Gourmet line of special recipes and delicious fillings to satisfy every palate.
I Classici Avesani
From the tradition of Verona, a line of filled pasta…
…that revives the recipes of the past and adds new, delicious fillings
More than 65 years have passed and Pastificio Avesani is still led by people with this same passion, working hard every day to bring the finest fresh pasta, and more, to Italian tables.
Over the years, the pasta factory has demonstrated successful innovation and modernisation, with the introduction in 2018 of new production lines with single pasteurisation, producing an even higher quality fresh product.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, consumers are being advised to ensure they have enough food to last for two weeks in case they experience symptoms and need to self-isolate. This has led to a rising demand for non-perishable goods like dried pasta. The closure of many restaurants to prevent the spread of the virus has also led to more consumers cooking at home.
During the Covid emergency, the growth was of 32.5% (733 million) and exports reached 774,000 tons (+ 28.3%). The perception of operators indicates a slowdown in exports for a few months, however, “cross-border shipments for the whole of 2020 should grow further”. Obviously, the sector has paid less than others for the closure of restaurants: of 50% of the production that goes to the domestic market, only 25% is destined for the HoReCa.
The scenario of the new campaign, which starts with prices higher than 30% compared to last year, therefore remains unpredictable, with the main unknowns represented by the possible further increase in prices and the quality of the national harvest. World inventories, already at the lowest levels of the last ten years after the collapse of more than 20% in 2019-20, are set to fall further by 15% in the current campaign to 6.5 million tons.