It all began with an Italian immigrant named Girolamo Guerrisi, who came to the United States from Calabria in 1907. It only took two years of working modest jobs in America before finding his footing. In 1914, Guerrisi took over the Keystone Macaroni Company, a one-man operation in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, from an elderly macaroni maker anxious to retire. Soon he was able to transform it into one of the most recognizable names in pasta, San Giorgio®.
By 1950, the little company that started out producing 100 pounds of pasta per day was turning out 400,000 pounds per week, and Girolamo’s five sons had taken over the business. Today, San Giorgio has something for your whole family with a variety of shapes and sizes. Enjoy the adventure and get creative.
Today, San Giorgio has something for your whole family with a variety of shapes and sizes. Enjoy the adventure and get creative.
acini di pepe • angel hair • capellini • cavatappi • ditalini • elbows • farfalle • fettuccine • lasagna • linguine • mafalda • manicotti • mostaccioli rigati • orzo • pastina • penne rigate • pot pie bows • pot pie squares • rigatoni • rotelle • rotini • shells • spaghetti • trio italiano® • vermicelli • ziti • ziti rigati