Spaghetti

Wattie’s Spaghetti. Good Simple Food!

Everyone loves Wattie’s Spaghetti. Not only is it fun to eat but it’s also good for you. Made from top quality wheat, tomato purée and Wattie’s special blend of spices, it’s great as a quick snack on toast or as a light meal. Simple, easy to prepare and delicious.

Here’s the ‘good for you’ part: Wattie’s Spaghetti is 99% fat free, with no added colours and a good source of lycopene. Each 420g can contains the equivalent of 2 serves of vegetables (tomatoes)*

So make sure you always have a can or two of Wattie’s Baked Beans and Spaghetti on hand – for breakfast, lunch, as a snack or a light dinner.

* (One serve of vegetables equals 80g)

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  • Wattie's Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce
    Product Size

    Available in a range of sizes to best suit your household’s requirements (220g, 3x220g, 300g, 420g, 3x420g, 820g). Proudly made in New Zealand.

    Nutrition
    • 99% Fat free
    • No added colours
    • Source of lycopene
    • 2 Serves of vegetables in every 420g can
    Health Star Rating

    Wattie's Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce

    To create New Zealands favourite spaghetti, we start from scratch and make our own fresh spaghetti.  We use tomato paste from field-grown tomatoes for our rich red sauce.  We blend in Wattie’s secret spices and simmer until it’s the right thickness and the tastiest sauce. The perfect amount of fresh spaghetti and sauce are sealed in each can and cooked under pressure.  It won’t slide off your toast because it is the Spaghettiest Spaghetti around.

    Beans & Spaghetti / Spaghetti

Please note: We recommend that consumers carefully read ingredient labels on food products because foods can sometimes be reformulated and the ingredients, allergen or nutrition information can sometimes change without notice.

Wattie's Can Recycling

Wattie's Step by Step Can Recycling

The great news is that cans are 100% recyclable. Did you know that the average New Zealand family uses six cans per week?

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