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I honestly happy we held out this long. The spaghetti plantations in northern Italy were forced to close in the 70 because it was just too expensive to compete. Nestl bought out the last competing Swiss farm back in 1997, and we the only one that left. The farm has been in our family since 1889, and we don plan on giving it up any time soon.