The mini-documentary seeries of American manufacturing, “Cool Stuff Being Made,” returns to Shopfloor.org after a production hiatus. We wanted to be sure to get back in time for sweeps.
We return with an American classic, pasta, in this case, the production of ravioli, shells, lasagna, gnocchi and the like at Scaramuzza’s Pasta Products of Clifton Heights, Penn. (Outside of Philadelphia.)
So that’s how a machine produces ravioli, eh? And 600 pounds of cheese in a day they use! (Lots of hand labor still being employed, though.)
Thanks to Bob Scaramuzza for a tour of the operations, and to our friends at the Pennsylvania Cable Network for supplying the video, grazie!
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