This week’s food pick is an authentic line of Italian pastas, created by the Afeltra family who helped bring pasta to the masses. Afeltra began its pasta making in 1848 in the southern region of Campania in the city of Gragnano, the city synonymous for making pasta an industrial product. Choosing the best flour made exclusively from durum wheat, with the use of pure water from the Lattari Mountains, these pastas are as authentic as it gets! The factory to this day remains on the same street and operates in the same building as it did when they opened their doors in 1848! Be sure to grab a pack of one or all of four types; Rigata, Linguine, Spaghetto or Tortiglione, on sale this week for only $5.99, usually $7.99, and make dinner fun and flavorful. Cheers and Bon Appetit!