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Tomato Passata VellutataTomato Passata Vellutata

Tomato Passata Vellutata

Olive Points: 27pts

Price £2.75

Description

Weight: 400ml

Passata is a form of tomato purée that has been passed through a sieve to remove the seeds and skins. It is therefore very smooth, and suitable for a number of uses where a finer purée is required.

Vorrei’s Passata is made from the famous San Marzano tomatoes from the fertile Campania region of Southern Italy. It is perfect for making a delicious smooth pasta sauce or for spreading on top of a home-made pizza.

Ingredients

Italian tomatoes, salt.

Our Producer - Agrigenus

Our tomatoes are produced by Agrigenus, an agricultural co-operative near Naples in the Campania region known for its fertile soils and in particular the world famous San Marzano DOP tomato.

Agrigenus have been accredited with ‘Slow Food’ Presidium status for their commitment to practicing small-scale and sustainable production of quality foods, as well as maintaining ethical cultivation and processing methods.

There are more than 200 Italian Slow Food Presidia in Italy involving more than 1600 small-scale producers: fishers, butchers, shepherds, cheese makers, bakers and pastry chefs.

The Slow Food movement works to protect the environment, defend food biodiversity, promote sustainable agriculture and support small-scale food producers, valuing their traditional knowledge.

Product Reviews
1.5 out of 5 stars
2 out of 5 stars Monday 06 May, 2019 By Jo Mancini
These are a new addition to Vorrei and were a replacement of the jar of San Marzano tomatoes. I was promised that these were the same, but tinned but they are far from them.

I wish they would return the others as I wont be buying these again.
1 out of 5 stars Saturday 13 April, 2019 By Gaetano Cinardi
Argigenus use to do a pasatta in a jar which was replaced with this can. I was assured this was the same item but in a can but I am extremely disappointed.

Wont be buying these again. Bring the jar back.

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