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MagNoodles Offers Healthier Variations of Pasta

MagNoodles NBAileen Magnotto, an Italian mother inspired to feed her children pasta with more nutritional value, founded MagNoodles after more than a decade of research. MagNoodles were created by blending vegetables, flaxseed, and ancient whole grains spelt and kamut with the standard pasta whole grains durum and semolina. All three varieties; shells, pennette and rotini, are organic, non-GMO, vegan and kosher.

In addition to cooking and tasting like white pasta, MagNoodles provide more than two-thirds the daily whole grain requirement at 35g per serving, plus 7g of protein and 5g of fiber. MagNoodles can be found around Central Ohio at The Hills Market, The Andersons, Earth Fare, Giant Eagle Market District and Whole Foods.

For more information, visit MagNoodles.com.

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