Fatti's and Moni's

Details

Title Value
Macaroni – 1kg
Pasta Screws – 500g
Pasta Screws – 1kg
Spaghetti – 500g
Spaghetti – 1kg
Pasta Shells – 500g
Pasta Quills – 500g
Pasta Ribbons – 500g
Pasta Ridges – 500g
Pasta Spirals – 500g
Pasta Rice – 500g
Curved Pasta Shells – 500g
Elbow Macaroni – 500g
Extra Fine Noodles – 500g
Small Pasta Shells – 500g
Lasagne – 250g
Spinach Lasagne – 250g
Wholewheat Macaroni – 500g
Wholewheat Pasta Screws – 500g
Wholewheat Pasta Shells – 500g
Wholewheat Spaghetti – 500g

Fatti’s & Moni’s is a part of South Africa’s Italian heritage, but the two names didn’t always live so happily side by side. Luigi Fatti opened a tiny grocery store to do business in early Johannesburg in 1896, selling macaroni, olive oil and wines from Italy. Ten years later, Pietro and Giacomo Moni established Moni Brothers Limited, which catered for the rising demand for Italian beverages and delicacies. 

The First World War caused a scarcity of imported goods, so the Moni brothers began to manufacture their own goods locally, and became a huge rival of Fatti’s business. Eventually the competing families signed a peace treaty, and in 1953, the Moni brothers secured a controlling interest in the Fatti business. Tiger Brands finally brought the two companies together as Fatti’s & Moni’s in 1982. 

Today, the company continues to produce the fine-quality pasta with Italian authenticity that South Africans have always loved.

The Fatti’s & Moni’s range of products consists of:

  • Spaghetti
  • Macaroni
  • Elbow Macaroni
  • Penne Rigate
  • Screws/ Fusilli
  • Small Shells
  • Curved Shells
  • Spirals/ Cavatappi
  • Pasta rice
  • Ridges
  • Plain Lasagne
  • Tagliatelli
  • Lokshen
  • Whole-wheat Spaghetti
  • Whole-wheat Macaroni
  • Whole-wheat ScrewsBaked Blue Cheese and Salami Pasta

Ingredients:

  • 350 g Fatti’s & Moni’s pasta shells
  • 15 ml olive oil
  • 250 g peppered salami
  • 4 eggs, beaten
  • 350 ml fresh cream
  • 150 ml milk
  • 200 g blue cheese