Our pasta: sun, durum wheat, water, bronze drawing and slow drying.
THE ENTHUSIASM PASSED FROM GENERATION IN GENERATION
Way back in 1923, Andrea Brundu began milling durum wheat for the families of Nule
Thanks to his mills, electricity reached the small village in the mountains of northern Sardinia for the first time: it was the first sign of the great innovative spirit that still distinguishes the Brundu family.
Backed up by his experience as a mechanical engineer and flight gunner, the son Sebastiano convinced his family to invest in the newest roller mills that offered high quality technological performance.
Since then, the leadership of Brundu has been consolidated, with the construction of five technological plants.
The long experience acquired over the years in the production of durum wheat semolina stimulated the third generation of the Brundu family to complete the production chain by entering the world of pasta with an exclusive, high quality product, worked with the best durum wheat semolina using the bronze wire-drawing technique and slow drying.