Sedani are a type of pasta slightly larger than macaroni, with a similar slight bend. They can be smooth (lisce) or furrowed (rigati).
Initially named zanne d’elefante (litt. “Elephant tusks”), they were renamed sedani (from sedano, meaning “celery”) after the trade of ivory was banned.
Since 1948, Corticella has been selecting the best varieties of durum wheat to be processed into high-quality semolina at its mills and turning it into pasta that contains all the flavour of Italy’s best traditional foods. This historic brand is characterised by superb quality, a wide product range, and the productive and innovative performance of its products.