In the late 19th century, a young Italian pioneer named Augusto Carozzi left his native homeland and crossed the ocean to the Chilean Andes where he started a new pasta industry called Carozzi. In 1998 Carozzi celebrated its one hundredth anniversary, continuing the same fine traditions Augusto brought with him from Italy.
Carozzi pasta is still made from the same durum wheat variety “Candeal” brought from southern Italy. Using the most modern Italian machinery and processing technology, customers are guaranteed perfect “al dente” pasta. Today Carozzi not only offers a world of tradition in pasta, but also fine confectionery items from Costa and quality tomato products and fruit purees from Agrozzi.