25 Sep 2009 Caesar’s Pasta All Natural Gluten-Free and Wheat-Free Pasta
 |  Category: Nutrition, Product reviews

Caesar’s Pasta All Natural Gluten-Free and Wheat-Free Pasta Meals Now Available at Select Whole Foods Market Stores 10:04a ET July 8, 2009 (Market Wire)

Caesar’s Pasta Products, a third generation family owned and operated business founded in 1967 that has provided the finest frozen pasta to millions of customers for 42 years, announced today that its new product line of all natural gluten-free and wheat-free pasta meals are now available at select Whole Foods Market stores. Caesar’s organic pasta lines have been available at select Whole Foods Market stores for some time and the partnership expanded with the gluten-free line.

“We are thrilled with our ongoing relationship with Whole Foods Market and to have our gluten-free varieties available at many of their stores. As the leading natural and organic food supermarket, we are pleased to have our product line in their stores. With 42 years’ experience in the pasta industry, people can be assured that we use only the finest ingredients in our products,” said Ronald Lodato, Sr., Vice President at Caesar’s Pasta.

Caesar’s gluten-free and wheat-free specialty pasta meals have received rave reviews from consumers for tasting exactly as “traditional Italian food should taste.” Varieties include stuffed shells in marinara sauce, manicotti in marinara sauce, cheese lasagna and vegetable lasagna. Caesar’s gluten-free meals include pasta noodles made with rice and its perfect texture is tender to the bite.

About Caesar’s Pasta Products

As a family owned and operated business, Caesar’s oversees every step in the manufacturing process to ensure the highest quality and consistency of its food line. For the last 42 years the company has been known exclusively for its dedication to safety and quality; the company uses only the finest ingredients manufactured in their U.S.D.A, HACCP compliant facility. For more information on Caesar’s Pasta, please visit www.caesarspasta.com or call 1-888-43-Caesar.

Submitted by Bonnie Sysko

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