Barilla overview

Barilla. The Italian Food Company. Since 1877.

Barilla is one of the leading Italian food groups, a leader in the markets for pasta worldwide, for ready-made sauces in Europe, for bakery products in Italy and for crisp breads in Scandinavia.
For almost 140 years the Company has been run by a family that now, under the leadership of the brothers Guido, Luca and Paolo, has reached its fourth generation.

With a hand in all the product categories that are at the heart of the Mediterranean nutritional model, Barilla creates products for everyday consumption, searching for excellence in taste and paying constant attention to nutritional balance.
Barilla’s turnover is generated in the area of the Italian first course (pasta and ready-made sauces) and bakery products (biscuits, bakery products, cakes, snacks, soft breads, crispbreads, and cereals).

The Group employs over 8,000 people and owns 30 production sites. Barilla owns 13 brands.

Every year its factories produce 1.7 million tons of products, under the brands of Barilla, Mulino Bianco, Voiello, Pavesi, Gran Cereale, Pan di Stelle, Wasa, Harry’s (France and Russia), Academia Barilla, Misko (Greece), Filiz (Turkey), Yemina and Vesta (Mexico). Over one thousand products, matching different moments of everyday consumption, are distributed to 100 countries.

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Barilla in the World

Barilla offers

1000 products for every occasion, exported to more than 100 countries

Barilla G. e R. Fratelli employs

more than 8,000 people

Barilla owns

30 production facilities in 9 countries where every year are featured more than 1,700,000 tons of food products

Barilla leads

in the segments of oven-baked products, of pasta and of ready-made sauces

Barilla is a leader

in the pasta business worldwide, in the pasta sauces business in continental Europe, in the bakery products business in Italy and in the crispbread business in Scandinavia.

Barilla G. e R. Fratelli 2013 net sales

3,198 million euro