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Tutti Pasta, over 25 years of quality and innovation.

Tutti Pasta, which started out with three restaurants in Pamplona (the capital of Navarra), has established itself as the leading producer of deep-frozen fresh pasta dishes with sauces in Spain, thanks to a novel product that anticipated the changes in lifestyle that demanded healthy pre-cooked products.

Over time, the company has fulfilled the two main prerequisites with which it started operations: an increase in the consumption of Italian pasta and the search for convenient and easy-to-cook foods that would fit perfectly into new consumer habits.

Prizes and mentions in a number of trade fairs for its R&D+I projects and innovative products (other dishes based on rice or vegetables have been added to traditional pasta recipes, and also main courses and pizzas) endorse the work in the quality area that has always been a distinguishing feature of the company. Indeed, it holds ISO, IFS (International Food Standard) and BRC (British Retail Consortium) certification.

Tutti Pasta currently allocates 50% of its products to the professional distribution channel and sells the remaining 50% in outlets in supermarkets and hypermarkets.

Figures / Milestones

  • 1987 - Tutti Pasta is set up.
  • 1991 - The first line is set up for the continuous production of pre-cooked long and short pasta.
  • 1994 - Tutti Pasta develops and patents an in-house lasagne production system.
  • 2004 - Entry of Sodena.
  • 2005 - Opening of a new factory on the Esquíroz industrial estate, with a production capacity of 100,000 dishes a day.
  • 2006 - The founder of Tutti Pasta, Santiago Palacio, is elected Businessman of the Year in Navarra.
  • 2007 - The company is awarded IFS (International Food Standard) certification.
  • 2008 - Exit of Sodena.
  • 2013 - The company participates in the SENIFOOD project for the preparation of healthier dishes for elderly persons.

A pioneering initiative, developed with tenacity

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Tenacity and hard work, both by the shareholders and the management team, enabled Tutti Pasta to overcome some very difficult early years, opening up a market with a completely new and unknown range of products in Spain.

The validation of our project by Sodena meant, on one hand, recognition of the efforts made, and on the other, support for a pioneering project in Spain.

We firmly believe that Sodena’s support helped us to achieve the great challenge of materialising our plans to grow and consolidate the company. In parallel, this contributed to the diversification and prosperity of the economy of the region of Navarra.

Daniel Palacio
CEO, Tutti Pasta




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