To Fred Mortadi.
We are having renewed confusion as to the packaging and specifications of your product. I realize you have taken the time to answer our questions previously, but some apparent packaging changes have prompted new questions. If you could please clarify the following questions.
1. The 55 pound blue bag of 00 Pizzeria flour can now be found with two different logos (labels) on the bag. Some bags say "Caputo" in the the graphic logo and other bags say "Napoli" in the graphic (see picture below)
Are these the same flours?
If so, have you changed the packaging and which bag will we see going forward?
If they are not the same flours, is one bag actually the Rinforzato flour or is there another difference between the "Caputo" and "Napoli" blue bags of Pizzeria flour?
Are the flours that Caputo distributes to America still the same as they are in Italy and other markets? Previously you had mentioned the Pizzeria flour sold to America is the same as that sold in Italy, the Rinforzato flour sold in America is the same as that sold in Italy and so on. Is this still the case? If not, what are the differences?
Is Orlando foods the only authorized importer of Molino Caputo flours into America, or are there multiple importers that are able to import flour into America directly from Caputo?
Any clarification you could offer to the ongoing confusion with Caputo packaging would be greatly appreciated. Have a nice weekend!