Customer service

Where can I find your products?

We are sold in over 25 countries! To find a store near you, please use our store locator tool.

Do you ship in the US?

Yes, our online store does ship to the continental USA with free shipping on all orders. Buy Now.

Do you ship outside the U.S.A?

Unfortunately, we do not ship anywhere outside the US at this time. Please see each individual country page under where to buy to find an online retailer in your area.

Are you on Social Media?

Yes, simply follow us on any one of our many platforms to be the first to know about new Explore Cuisine products, recipes and more! Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.

Where are your pastas made?

When our Founder, Joe, was developing the brand, he searched the globe to find the best places to source our raw materials and manufacture our products. Our rice noodles are produced in Thailand. The chickpea and lentil (pulse) pastas are produced in Italy and Thailand and the bean pastas are made in China. At Explore Cuisine we want to make sure your expectations of high quality are met, all our factories are dedicated and certified organic and gluten free facilities.


What are Soy Beans?

Soybeans (Glycine max) are a species of legume native to East Asia. Soybeans are a great source of protein and they produce significantly more protein per acre than most other uses of land. We use several types of organic soybeans to give the finest texture to our great tasting bean pastas.

What type of Black Bean do we use in our pastas?

There are mainly two types of black beans: one used in Asian Cuisine and one used in Latin American Cuisine. The black beans which we use in our products, Black Bean Spaghetti and Black Bean & Sesame Fettuccine, are part of the Glycine max (soybean) legume family native to East Asia and are known for their high protein, high fiber, low carbohydrate nutritional qualities . The common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) especially popular in Latin American cuisine, is called the black turtle bean. The black turtle bean has a dense, meaty texture, which makes it popular in vegetarian dishes, such as frijoles negros and the Mexican-American black bean burrito. Black Turtle bean has half the protein and double the carbohydrate of Black Soya bean and is not commonly used to make noodles or pasta.

What Allergens are in your Pastas?


How long does it take to cook bean pasta? Can you reheat it?

Depending on the type of pasta some will cook within 4-6 minutes while others may take up to 12 minutes. The pasta can be kept warm in the pan, reheated or served cold and can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.

Do I need to boil the lasagne noodles first?

No! they are no boil noodles. Just make sure to put plenty of sauce on the bottom and top and all layers in between.

Will my family like the taste?

We hope so! At Explore Cuisine we have taken the time to find the perfect formula to give you the perfect taste and texture similar to regular pasta with the benefits of plant-based ingredients

What is the serving size for the rice noodles?

Our noodles come in portion controlled nests making preparation easy and convenient.

Why is there foam when cooking your pasta?

As all Explore Cuisine products are made from natural plant-based ingredients, it is normal that the pasta cooks differently to regular pasta. Some suggestions to reduce the foam are to add more water to pot and a splash of olive oil and / or salt can also help

Nutritional Information

. Nutritional tables, weights and values vary from country to county and follow specific regulations. All our nutritional values are based on dry pasta, not cooked.

Are Explore Cuisine products certified Non-GMO?

Yes. The Non-GMO Project is committed to preserving, building and educating consumers while supporting organic agriculture. Find our registered products here.

More About Our Products


All of our products are naturally gluten free and are certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) and / or with the Cross Grain symbol from the Association of European Celiac Societies (AOECS).

Food to Thrive Foundation

We believe that healthy food grows from healthy hands, hearts and lives, and we are dedicated to a life-giving initiative that nurtures our farms and the lives of our workers. We love to give back to those who contribute to Explore Cuisine’s innovation and success, which is why two percent of all Explore Cuisine worldwide proceeds go directly to the Food To Thrive Foundation, providing education, empowerment and advancement in farming programs. Rooted in a pure love of health, a respect for life, and a deep commitment to success, Explore Cuisine is committed to bringing your family whole, healthy meals – from our table to yours.

Vegan Society Certification

All of our products have the Vegan Society seal of approval.

Are Explore Cuisine products certified Non-GMO?

Yes. The Non-GMO Project is committed to preserving, building and educating consumers while supporting organic agriculture. Find our registered products here.

Are you certified Organic?

Organic Certifying Bodies follow strict policies and procedures on how the product is produced, processed, transported and stored.

Our Ingredients

All our Ingredients are certified organic, non-GMO and are sourced from farms near to the factories. Made from the goodness of beans, chickpeas, lentils, rice and peas our ingredients are the heros, all plant-based and no additives.

What is Risoni?

Risoni, also commonly known as Orzo in the US, is a form of short-cut pasta, shaped like a large grain of rice.