• Where can I find BUITONI® pasta?

    BUITONI® Pasta can be found using the Where to Buy page to identify a local retailer near you.

  • Does BUITONI® have pasta without cheese?

    Yes. Our BUITONI® Cut Pastas, Linguine, Fettuccine, Angel Hair, and Spaghetti, do not contain any cheese.

  • Does BUITONI® Pesto have nuts?

    Except for our Spinach & Artichoke Pesto, all BUITONI® Pesto sauces contain nuts. Please see below for allergens of each Pesto product which can also be found on the product package.

    BUITONI® Basil Pesto – Contains: Milk, Pine Nuts and Walnuts

    BUITONI® Reduced Fat Basil Pesto – Contains: Milk, Pine Nuts and Walnuts

    BUITONI® Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto – Contains: Milk & Walnuts

    BUITONI® Spicy Red Pepper Pesto – Contains: Walnuts

    BUITONI® Spinach & Artichoke Pesto – Contains: Milk

  • How long does BUITONI® Pasta last?

    Our BUITONI® pasta packages are labeled with a “Use or Freeze By” date. Pasta should either be frozen or consumed by this date. If frozen, pasta should be consumed within 30 days of freezing.

  • What sauce do you recommend I serve with BUITONI® pasta?

    BUITONI® offers a wide range of pasta and sauces that can be used interchangeably. You can also visit our recipe page for a range of inspiring recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and more.

  • What is the difference between Tortellini and Tortelloni?

    Tortellini and Tortelloni are essentially the same pasta shape with size being the only difference. Tortellini are small twists of pasta while, Tortelloni are larger versions of this basic shape.

  • What is durum wheat?

    Durum wheat is one of the three major types of wheat, the other two being hard or soft. Durum wheat is the hardest of the three with the highest gluten content, which makes for tender pasta and what is used for all BUITONI® pasta products.

  • How much BUITONI® Pesto should I use for one serving?

    Start with one tablespoon and toss with hot pasta. Use your preference from there – it is a personal preference on how much to use. The back of the package contains the nutrition information for one serving.

  • Is BUITONI® pasta pasteurized?

    Our pasta is blanched and heat treated, but does not meet pasteurization standards. The eggs used in the product, however, are pasteurized. We recommend preparing the products according to their preparation instructions on the back of the package for the best safety and quality standards.

  • Are BUITONI® cheeses pasteurized?

    BUITONI® cheese products are not pasteurized. However, the milk used to produce our cheese is pasteurized prior to making the cheese.

  • Are your products Kosher?

    At this time, none of our BUITONI® products are certified as Kosher.

  • Are BUITONI® products gluten free?

    All of our BUITONI® pastas, contain wheat derivatives and are made on the same lines as products that contain gluten ingredients.

    All of our BUITONI® sauces are produced in separate areas within the same facility where we produce our pastas (which contain wheat derivatives and gluten ingredients). Although we exercise absolute care in our procedures and cleaning methods there is still a remote possibility that a trace amount of gluten may find its way into a sauce where it may not otherwise be added from an ingredient. Every precaution is taken to prevent cross-contact.

  • Do BUITONI® products contain or have cross contact with Peanuts/Nuts?

    Peanuts are not present in the facility where we make our BUITONI® products, however most of our Pesto sauces are made with pine nuts and/or walnuts. Every precaution is taken to prevent cross-contact.