4 Pasta Brands With Questionable Food Quality 

The ideal setting for serving traditional Italian cuisine is at the family dinner table. Even though homemade pasta is the best, some home cooks still choose dry spaghetti because it is more practical.

To prepare a quick and simple supper, just make a brief trip to the grocery shop. However, concerns regarding the quality and food safety of an increasing number of global brands are being voiced.

Due to complaints of insects, product recalls, and possibly dangerous compounds discovered within various brands of pasta, numerous pasta producers and companies have recently found themselves in hot water.

The brands to watch out for the next time you're in the pasta section of the grocery store are listed below.


Just a few months ago, allegations of food contamination brought the Italian food firm Buitoni into the spotlight.

San Remo Pasta

As "Australia's No. 1 Pasta Brand," the Australian-owned, 1936-founded pasta firm offers standard, gluten-free, and vegan pasta varieties.

365 by Whole Foods Market

Pasta sauces like the organic, vegan, and dairy-free Organic Tomato Basil Pasta Sauce are available under the house brand 365 by Whole Foods Market.

Dolmio Pasta Sauces

Dolmio is a subsidiary of Mars, Inc., the firm that also makes Snickers, Skittles, M&Ms, and Uncle Ben's.

Just a few weeks ago, a recall on Dolmio Carbonara Pasta Sauce stir-in and Carbonara Pasta Sauce pouches garnered media attention for both Mars and Dolmio.

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