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Synonyms for barilla

bushy plant of Old World salt marshes and sea beaches having prickly leaves

Algerian plant formerly burned to obtain calcium carbonate

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In August 2015, Barilla relocated approximately 150 employees from Bannockburn, Ill.
Guido Barilla, President of the BCFN Foundation, said: "Our hope is that Italian and international institutions will adopt the Protocol in order to underline the urgency of placing concrete measures at the core of political agendas to safeguard our future.
After calls mounted on Twitter for boycotts, he reiterated his backing for gay marriage in a statement Thursday, but insisted that traditional families have always been ''identified'' with the Barilla brand.
Barilla ads are a regular presence on Italian TV and usually feature a stereotypical happy family living a healthy life and eating pasta.
But if your supermarket has none and you can't stop at, say, Whole Foods for its remarkably non-grainy 365 Organic Whole Wheat pasta, try Barilla.
A 9-ounce box of the Barilla OvenReady Lasagna is just the right amount for four layers of pasta separated by a total of 8 to 10 cups of sauce and cheese in a shallow 3-quart casserole (9 by 13 in.
Barilla Holding (Barilla or the company'), also known as Barilla Holding Societa per Azioni, is engaged in the production of pasta, sauces and bakery products.
Featuring Barilla pastas, easy-to-follow recipe cards, and fresh ingredients like mozzarella and butternut squash, the Peapod Meal Kits require little prep -- all vegetables are prewashed, measured and cut.
Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised the Barilla Groupon the issuance of its US$185 million Guaranteed Senior Notes due October 2027, which were sold through a private placement to US institutional investors.
Effectively tackling food waste demands political action as much as consumer awareness, according to a new study presented in Brussels today by the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN) entitled "Food Waste : causes, impacts and proposals".
More people are looking for affordable meal options and pasta provides that," says Kirk Trofholz, president of industry-leader Barilla America, Inc.
As Barilla (English, Lake Forest College) fishes his way across the US, from New England to California, he contemplates the family he and his wife are trying to have, an effort that has taken them to a variety of fertility specialists.
Barilla, has launched a range of frozen pastas and sauces into the UK foodservice sector.
Rich in Heart Healthy Omega-3," crow the Barilla Plus pasta labels.
Pasta specialist Barilla has revealed the final phase of its worldwide packaging initiative.