Category : Press

Pasta Tavola has the Recipe for Growth and Continued Success

Written by Jim Barber Originally published by A passion for food and a desire to operate their own business led to sisters Victoria and Paula Watts to forming a unique entrepreneurial endeavour that combines the best of their tradition-inspired recipes with a multifaceted sales platform which sees their creations being enjoyed far and wide, as well as by discriminating palates within the Bay of Quinte Region. The success of the business has been impressive and has encouraged an ambitious expansion […]

Quinte business awards presented

Originally Published on “Pasta Tavola wins Agribusiness of the Year at the Quinte Business Achievement Awards on Friday October 20, 2017. Pictured from left to right: Northumberland-Quinte West MPP Lou Rinaldi, Victoria Watts, Co-owner Pasta Tavola, Paula Watts, Co-owner Pasta Tavola, Prince Edward Hastings MPP Todd Smith and Scott Lafleur of Quinte First Credit Union. NICOLE KLEINSTEUBER/INQUINTE”


Pasta Tavola Benefits from Bay of Quinte Region Location and Support

Here’s an article about us on Pasta Tavola Benefits from Bay of Quinte Region Location and Support


Now that’s a spicy meatball – Belleville Intelligencer

Here’s an article about us in the Belleville Intelligencer – Now thats a spicy meatball


Ottawa Magazine Feature

Here’s an article about us published in Ottawa Magazine – Ottawa Magazine Article


Found: Artisanal ravioli ready in three minutes – Ottawa Citizen

Here’s an article about us in the Ottawa Citizen – Ottawa Citizen Article

Bay of Quinte: Young Entrepreneurs

Story by Jessie Bronson, Posted on Jun 21st, 2017 Interview Questions: What is your business? — Pasta Tavola in Belleville. We manufacture and retail fresh pastas, ravioli, sauces, and oven-ready meals using 100 percent Ontario milled wheat and local-first sourced ingredients. Pasta Tavola began selling small batch pastas with much success at the Belleville Farmers’ market in 2009 and opened its storefront location in 2010. How long have you been in the region? — Victoria moved to the region in 2006 with her family. […]