Organic Kernza® Fusilli Patagonia Provisions

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Organic Kernza® Fusilli

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We make this delicious pasta with Kernza®, a revolutionary new grain. Unlike most grain varieties, which must be planted annually, Kernza is perennial, meaning it stays rooted in place from year to year. Its deep root system prevents erosion, nourishes the soil, draws down carbon, and produces slender grains full of warm, nutty flavor— just right for pasta.

We combine Kernza flour with semolina for a pleasingly springy texture, then use bronze dies to shape and create a rough surface on our fusilli. The uneven surface allows sauces to cling, saturating each forkful with flavor.

  • 14 oz (397g) box
  • Servings per box: 7
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Nutrition + Ingredients

Serving Size 2oz (56g/ 2/3 cup, dry)
Calories 210
Total Fat 1g (2% Daily Value)
Saturated Fat 0g (0% DV)
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg (0% DV)
Sodium 0mg (0% DV)
Total Carbohydrate 40g (15% DV)
Dietary Fiber 3g (10%DV)
Sugars 1g
Includes 0g Added Sugars
Protein 9g
Vitamin D 0mcg (0% DV)
Calcium 30mg (2% DV)
Iron 1.6mg (9% DV)
Potassium 140mg (3% DV)


  • Good source of fiber (10% DV)
  • 9 g protein per serving
  • Low fat
  • No added sugar
  • Vegan


organic durum semolina flour, organic kernza flour, water


Contains: Wheat


  • USDA Certified Organic

Product Details + Sourcing


  • We use flour milled from organic Kernza perennial grain, a revolutionary new crop that can change the way we grow grains.
  • Annual grains like wheat, rice and corn require tilling, which disrupts soil and releases planet-warming carbon. Being a perennial, Kernza stays rooted in place from year to year, minimizing tilling.
  • Kernza plants have massive root systems that can reach 12 feet in length.
  • These roots prevent topsoil from eroding and nourish billions of microbes that help keep planet-warming carbon underground.
  • The Kernza for Patagonia Provisions' pasta is organically grown and milled in the American Midwest.
  • To make the fusilli, we blend Kernza flour with organic semolina flour. The resulting pasta has the fresh, nutty flavor and environmental benefits of Kernza, and the pleasingly springy texture of semolina.
  • Our pasta is cut and shaped with bronze dies, giving it a rough surface that allows sauces to cling instead of slide off.
  • Learn more about our Kernza sourcing


  • Pasta box is made with 100% recycled fiber (diverted from waste stream) and is recyclable.


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  • 1% for the Planet®️

How to Make

  • To cook the pasta: Bring 4 quarts of salted water to a boil in a large pot. Add pasta and stir. Boil, uncovered, just until tender, 10 to 12 minutes. Drain and add sauce and toppings.
  • Seasoned with butter or olive oil, plus chopped toasted walnuts
  • Topped with wild salmon
  • Mixed with Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard’s Blue Cheese Sauce
  • In an oven-browned pasta bake, covered with sizzling melted cheese
  • Swirled with rich, nutty pesto
  • Combined with seasonal vegetables and tinned fish

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Small piles of fresh Semolina and Kernza flours in small wooden bowl and on wooden surface

Why Use Kernza and Semolina For Pasta?

Kernza® flour (left) and semolina makes a winning mix for pasta. Photo by Amy Kumler

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