Say it ain't so, it can't be! Pasta lovers from all over the world have been shocked by the news that has been circulating on the Internet, all over social media platforms.

Mamma mia, what will we do? This is the question that hundreds to thousands of people are asking themselves. Loyal fans of this popular pasta company are upset and outraged.

If you grew up eating this famous pasta then you would be concerned by the news as well.

An Online Petition Has Been Circulating About This Famous Pasta


Ronzoni is a very popular pasta brand that people from all over the world enjoy.

According to Ronzoni,

In 1881, Emanuele Ronzoni, who was only a young boy at the time, came from San Fruttuoso, Italy to the United States. It wasn't until his teenage years that he created something that would make hearts happy, stomachs full and families laughing around the dinner table for centuries. At the age of 11,

"He launched his own small macaroni company with a partner and, later, joined forces with two others to create the Atlantic Macaroni Company in Queens, NY."


In the early 1900's, Ronzoni decided to go into the business by himself and even start the company which was referred to as,

"Ronzoni® Macaroni Company. By the time World War I ended, Ronzoni® and its famous Genoa-style, or fancy-cut shaped noodles, had firmly established itself as one of the best-known brands in the east."


Ronzoni Was Established And Quickly Grew All Over The World

According to Ronzoni, 

"New production plants were built in Long Island City, NY. By employing the latest manufacturing technologies of the day and committing to only quality ingredients, Ronzoni® became the number one pasta in the largest pasta market in the U.S., New York."


"Emanuele Ronzoni was eventually succeeded by his son. The 1950s and 1960s marked periods of significant growth. Ronzoni® macaroni became available in most states along the eastern and western seaboards and Puerto Rico."

In 2015, Ronzoni celebrated their 100th anniversary.

There Is A Petition Against Ronzoni Discontinuing Their Popular Pasta Option,  Pastina


The following petitions ( along with a few others ) are available to see online.

On, (this is a screenshot of the petition)


This petition is created by MaryAnn Tozzi who's location is New Paltz, NY. The title is 

"Ronzoni: Bring back the Pastina"


"Please help me implore Ronzoni to continue production of their Pastina pasta."

I personally have grown up eating Ronzoni's Pastina, my entire life. My grandparents ate this, therefore my parents ate it and I was served this from my grandparents as a child. I always have a box of it in the cabinet and when I eat it, I fill up with warm memories of family.

This is something that hundreds to thousands of people also feel from this fan favorite pasta. Stories and opinions from all over the world were shared in the comments section of the petition.

Ronzoni Confirmed That Pastina Will Be Discontinued

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It seems as if if hearts have been broke of Pastina lovers. It's hard for some to think about their life without their favorite pasta option.

It the post from Ronzoni, they explain why they are discontinuing Pastina. They explained how they did not want to make the decision but were forced to due to the news they received from their supplier. Ronzoni continued to share that they tried to keep Pastina alive with alternative solutions and simply, couldn't find a way.

How will you cope with the loss of Pastina from Ronzoni? Share what you think with us below.

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