It is a type of flour derived from a variety of ancient corn. It is defined as the "King's corn" because it was King Vittorio Emanuele II who wanted its cultivation. The name "Ottofile" derives from the conformation of the cob with eight rows of grains with a rounded shape and orange color. Its cultivation has recently been recovered as it could be considered at risk of extinction. Flour rich in starch and proteins, stone ground. Ideal for polenta, desserts and breading.