Also known as pomodori pelati (literally "peeled tomatoes"), San Marzano tomatoes are grown in a small area around Naples. The variety has been awarded a DOP by the EU, which specifies the precise cultivar, processing method and region in which the tomatoes can be grown.
“Elongated shape of the berry with parallel longitudinal depressions, bright red color, scarce presence of seeds and placenta! fibers, bright red skin and easy to peel, typically sweet and sour taste:’
The only tomato in the world to have these characteristics is San Marzano DOP. Born in Campania on the slopes of Vesuvius, its roots sink into a land of volcanic nature, fertile and rich in minerals, and its flowers breathe the Mediterranean climate, from the height of their supports. Yes, because the cultivation technique of the plants of San Marzano provides for a vertical type of breeding, respecting a centuries-old tradition.
Ingredients: Whole Peeled Tomatoes, Tomato Puree