Only the best wheat
becomes a Newlat product

THE ORIGIN OF THE ITALIAN CULINARY TRADITION

Newlat selects the best raw materials to be transformed into delicious and natural products. Today, the company is one of Italy’s leading producers of pasta and bread substitutes, with products that reflect the excellence and high quality of Made-in-Italy goods.

 

Its 4 historic plants 
have a production capacity of

 

340.000

tonnes/year

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Sansepolcro

This is the main production site of Newlat’s pasta and bakery products division. 
Founded in 1827 by the Buitoni family, it is located amid the beautiful Tuscan hills.

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Cremona

Founded in 1921, this plant became part of the Newlat world in 2006.
This acquisition marked a very important moment in the company’s history, transforming Newlat into one of Europe’s leading pasta producers.

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Eboli

Founded in 1975 under the name “Molini Pastifici Mangimifici Pezzullo Spa”, it was partially destroyed by the earthquake of 1980. In 1997, with the building of a new mill, the plant started to provide durum wheat semolina to the pasta factories of Eboli and Sansepolcro.

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Mannheim

Birkel is the one of the most familiar German manufacturer of noodles and pasta. At the Mannheim plant the most well-known German pasta brands are produced: 3 Glocken and Birkel.  

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BOLOGNA AND EBOLI MILLS

The Newlat mills transform the durum wheat into durum wheat semolina for pasta production. The two mills are both excellent examples of modernity and innovation and fully comply with the strictest control and safety standards.

 

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