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Discontinued Ronzoni’s star-shaped pasta now on sale for $25 a box
Star-shaped pasta is very popular these days.
It’s been just two weeks since the discontinuation of Ronzoni Pastina was announced. Related video above: Reheat pasta while preserving pasta integrity. Websites like Amazon and eBay are reselling pasta because so many people are so eager to get their hands on the rest of the Pasta Stars. Over $24.99 for just one box. For refreshment, Ronzoni Pastina typically sold for less than $2 per 12-ounce box. His petition, just one of many Pastina petitions posted on Change.org, has received nearly 3,000 signatures. “I feel depressed and need a meal that will fill me up but not upset my stomach,” writes Lisa Yacomin, author of the petition. Pastina is an ideal choice for those looking for a little indulgence, whether or not they serve it to the public. We don’t share information: Barilla, Goya, and Good & Gather are among the brands that sell their own little star-shaped pasta.
Only two weeks after the announcement. Ronzoni Pastina Deprecated.
Related video above: Reheat pasta while preserving its integrity
With so many people wanting to get their hands on leftover pasta stars, websites like Amazon and eBay are reselling just one box of pasta for over $24.99. For refreshment, Ronzoni Pastina typically sold for less than $2 per 12-ounce box.
In addition to consumers willing to consume whatever they want, some Pastina superfans are petitioning for it to be put back on the shelves. Petition posted on Change.orgIt’s just one of many pastina petitions.
“Pastina has been a staple in homes around the world for decades and is the perfect choice when the weather is bad and you need a meal that fills you up but doesn’t upset your stomach. It has long been handed down as Lisa Yacomin, author of the petition; “Whether served with butter, marinara sauce, or soup, pastina is an ideal choice for those looking for a little treat.”
Despite pleas from customers, Ronzoni seems unfazed by their decision to discontinue the fan favorite. Hmm. Post about being retired.
On the plus side, there are some similar products still available. Barilla, goya, When Good & Gather It is one of the brands that sells its own little star-shaped pasta.
https://www.wgal.com/article/ronzoni-pastina-price/42560984 Ronzoni’s star-shaped pasta sells for $25 a box