Mancini produces pasta using only two ingredients: durum wheat that is grown on their own fields surrounding the pasta factory and water. It is cut using a traditional bronze die and then slowly dried at temperatures below 55°.
The word Fusilli is derived from the Italian word "fuso" meaning spindle. It had a corkscrew-like helical shape and is a very versatile pasta shape. Its ridges and grooves allow sauces to adhere to it well, and is perfect for pasta salads and pesto sauces.