A representative from De Cecco Pasta, Marco Auriti, was able to come in and teach the students of Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy in Astoria about the history of pasta and the different types. After a short presentation grades Pre-K- 2 were able to make a cold pasta salad using De Cecco Pasta, cherry tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and parmesan cheese. The classes all sat together to eat the food that they had put together. Each child was sent home with a De Cecco pin and a box of De Cecco Pasta. A big thanks to De Cecco for their generosity in donating their time as well as their products!