Not a bad effort and definitely a package that could be created without significant production problems.
You’ve stressed the artisan nature of the pasta and listed two ingredients. One of which is misspelled, as @PrintDriver pointed out. Free-range also needs a hyphen since it’s a compound modifier of eggs.
Getting back to the point, though, you’re marketing this as a healthy, basic, traditional product devoid of a bunch of preservatives and chemicals. OK, that’s a good thing which sort of goes along with the chipboard packaging, which could be a cool idea if it were real chipboard, but it’s not. It’s a not-too-appetizing bit of fakery. @tonysprinkle commented on the color being less than ideal, and I agree. If it were the real thing, though, it might be OK.
Think about it for a second. The box would likely be made from some sort of brownish-gray cardboard with a laminate of white paper on which you’d print a cardboard or chipboard pattern. This would be the only practical way to get the red, green printing and white lettering to work as you’ve done, but it would be a whole lot more authentic and natural to skip the fake stuff and design something using raw, natural, unlaminated cardboard for the packaging.
Both the side and the back come across as a bunch of filler material that you’ve spread out in a way that looks as though you were mostly trying to fill the space. I also see a lot of inconsistency in where you’ve chosen to place elements, as in a lack of an underlying grid. As @StudioMonkey mentioned, you’re pushing some of the elements too close to the edge. This is also the case with the required product ingredients panel on the side. Things like this need comfortable margins — room to breathe.