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Delallo Fusilli Gluten Free Whole Grain Rice Pasta -- 12 oz

Delallo Fusilli Gluten Free Whole Grain Rice Pasta
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Delallo Fusilli Gluten Free Whole Grain Rice Pasta -- 12 oz

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Delallo Fusilli Gluten Free Whole Grain Rice Pasta Description

  • Since 1950
  • Made In Italy
  • Made Whole Grain Rice
  • Wheat Free • Gluten Free
  • Cook in 6 Min.

Wheat-Free Pasta Rich with Italian Tradition

Made deep in the heart of Puglia, this gluten-free pasta begins as a delicate blend of corn and rice expertly milled to create flavorful authentic pasta with the perfect al dente bite.


The facility is both a molino and pastificio (mill and pasta factory) dedicated solely to wheat-free products with no risk of cross contamination. DeLallo sources only the highest quality of raw ingredients from Northern Italy for 100% Italian pasta-rich with tradition and generations of pasta-making experience.


The signature robust flavor and firm texture make DeLallo the ultimate gluten-free substitute for traditional wheat pasta. Enjoy!



Made free of wheat, this Gluten-Free Fusilli is ready to bring a little fun to your kitchen creations. These springs are perfect for capturing both light & hearty sauces in their tight curves.


Cooking Preparation:

  1. Bring 4 quarts of water to a rolling boil.
  2. Add approx. 1 tbsp. salt, never oil.
  3. Add pasta to water and stir.
  4. To bring water back up to a boil, cover with lid.
  5. Once boiling, remove lid, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. Cook for 6 minutes, until al dente.
  6. Drain (never rinse) and immediately toss with desired sauce in a saucepan.
  7. Cook together for about 2 minutes on high heat to marry flavors, and serve.

Perfect Pasta

  • Cooking pasta is not an exact science. Continually check your pasta for al dente texture.
  • Remove pasta from wter just before it is done, as it will continue to cook once drained.
  • Save 1 cup of pasta water to enhance your sauces.
  • For oil-based sauces, adding pasta wter loosens sauce to cook pasta.
  • For red sauces, adding pasta water helps to extend thicker sauces.
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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 2 oz Dry (56 g)
Servings per Container: About 6
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
   Calories from Fat20
Total Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat1 g5%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 g0%
Sodium0 g0%
Total Carbohydrate43 g14%
   Dietary Fiber5 g12%
   Sugars0 g
Protein5 g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Other Ingredients: 100% Brown rice flour.
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What to Eat for a Healthy Plant-Based Pregnancy

You’re expecting. And you're vegan. Congratulations! You can stop worrying. A vegan pregnancy is not only possible, it can be perfectly healthy, thanks to the abundance of vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients supplied by a nutritious plant-based diet. Eating for two – no matter which type of diet you follow – requires some changes. To be sure you’re getting everything you (and your little sprout!) need, focus on filling your plate with the following foods for the next nine months.

Pregnant Woman on a Vegan Diet Holding Plate of Strawberries |

Go for grains

If you’re vegan, you probably already eat plenty of whole grains. Bread, pasta and other foods made from grains provide key nutrients to support overall health. What you may not have known is that the B vitamins in whole grains also help ensure healthy nervous system development during gestation. Found in fortified grains such as cereal, folate or folic acid reduces baby’s risk of neural tube defects such as spina bifida and anencephaly. Another benefit of grains, such as oatmeal – a natural source of selenium – is to supply antioxidants, which promote immune health to help fight illness throughout pregnancy.

Pile on the protein

Vegan protein sources can easily provide the daily recommended 71 grams needed to support healthy fetal growth. Bean and lentils provide iron, a crucial mineral during pregnancy that carries oxygen in the blood. Plant proteins are considered non-heme iron sources, so be sure to pair them with foods high in vitamin C to promote iron absorption and avoid deficiency.

Veg out

High in vitamins A and C, potassium, fiber, and folic acid, fruits and vegetables are well-known powerhouses of nutrition. Potassium specifically can help maintain fluid balance, keep blood pressure stable and help prevent muscle cramps. Aim to eat all the colors of the rainbow weekly and at least 2 cups of fruit and 2½ to 3 cups of vegetables each day.

Consider calcium

High-calcium vegan foods such as fortified plant-based milks, soy products (such as tofu) and leafy greens are important for the baby’s teeth and bone health. The daily recommended amount of calcium for women is 1,000 milligrams. Pregnant women who are vegan should be mindful about eating a variety of foods rich in calcium every day to reach that goal.

Take a prenatal supplement

Most doctors recommend a daily prenatal supplement to act as a nutritional “safety net,” and this can serve vegans well. For instance, while some plant-based foods (such as nutritional yeast) are fortified with vitamin B-12, you might find it hard to consume enough of this nutrient – which is vital for baby’s development – every day. A supplement can help ensure your intake is consistent. Another example is omega-3 fatty acids, needed for healthy brain development. If you aren’t obtaining enough through plant-based foods, such as flaxseed and walnuts, a prenatal supplement can be taken as backup.

This article was contributed by Courtney Kiang, RD, registered dietitian nutritionist with The Little Clinic (inside select Kroger locations). For more information about dietitian services, visit

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