10 Pasta Brands You Should Never Buy

1. Chef Boyardee: Known for its canned pasta products, Chef Boyardee is often criticized for its high sodium content and use of preservatives.

1. Great Value (Walmart brand): While affordable, Great Value pasta is sometimes criticized for being of lower quality compared to other brands, with reports of a grainy texture and uneven cooking.

1. Ronzoni: While Ronzoni offers a variety of pasta products, some consumers have reported issues with the texture and taste of certain varieties.

Barilla Gluten Free Pasta: While Barilla is a popular pasta brand, some consumers have reported that their gluten-free pasta.

Dreamfields: Marketed as a healthier pasta option, Dreamfields faced controversy over its claims of low digestible carbs.

1. Buitoni: While Buitoni is known for its fresh pasta products, some consumers have reported that their dried pasta options can be inconsistent in quality.

1. San Giorgio: While San Giorgio offers a wide range of pasta products, some consumers have reported issues with the texture and taste of certain varieties.

Store Brand Pasta (Generic/Off-brand): Generic or off-brand pasta products found in many supermarkets may be of lower quality compared to well-known brands.

De Cecco: While De Cecco is a popular Italian pasta brand, some consumers have reported that their pasta.