Rizopia 100% Rice Pasta Spinach Spaghetti
454 g

Spaghetti - This is long, rounded, average thickness pasta. The best-known and well-loved pasta of all. Spaghetti is the perfect choice for nearly any sauce. A classic dish is spaghetti and meatballs, however let your imaginations show you what your favorite becomes.

Rizopia provides the safest, tastiest, high quality gluten-free rice pasta line in the industry, all of which are made with great respects to the taste and the tradition of the 'Al Dente' Italian tradition.

  • Wheat free
  • Gluten free
  • Low fat
  • Trans fat free
  • Low in saturated fat
  • Low sodium
  • Cholesterol free
  • Source of Potassium
  • Good source of Iron
  • No preservatives added
  • Easy to digest 
  • Kosher certified
  • Made in Canada

Ingredients: Brown rice, spinach powder and water.

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Stephanie: a few months ago

Cooks as typical rice pasta does. Flavor is great, even by itself!

Sonia: a few months ago

Great tasting and has the same texture as regular pasta. Recommend and will repurchase

Mary-Ann: about a year ago

I have been using this pasta for years now. It is the best gluten free pasta out there, and yes, we tried them all. The spinach is our favourite.
Rice pasta needs a quick rinse, just like most other pastas. One thing to remember, do not overcook it.

Lily: more than a year ago

Spinach flavour makes it decent. Like most rice pastas, you need to wash it after boiling so that it doesn't get too sticky.

Maya: more than a year ago

This is definitely one of the best and most tasty gluten-free pastas out there. The addition of the spinach flavor seems to mask the otherwise bland taste of rice prevalent in most other rice pastas.

Katya: more than a year ago

A pleasant twist to your usual pasta dinner!

Jennifer: more than a year ago

This is one of the best gluten-free pastas I've tried to date. It did not go mushy at all - just remember to still a lot so that it doesn't stick together.

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