Basil Pesto
  • 240cal
    Calories
  • 24g
    Total Fat
  • 1g
    Fiber
  • 3g
    Protein
  • 580mg
    Sodium
  • Nutritional
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Ingredients
Allergens

Nutritional information

Serving Size: 62
Calories: 240 Calories From Fat: 220
Amount Per Serving
Percentage Daily Value
Calcium 0
15 %

Ingredients

Basil, Soybean Oil, Garlic, Olive Oil, Salt, Lactic Acid, Citric Acid, Parmesan Cheese (Cultured Part-Skim Milk, Salt, Enzymes), Contains 2% Or Less Of: Spice, Natural Flavor

Allergens

Soy

Basil Pesto

The Genoan’s made the world’s first pesto, crushed from fresh basil, olive oil and garlic. Enjoy the same traditional recipe at home with Classico®Basil Pesto.

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  • Not the same
    by Carol
    FYI - the oil is now mostly soybean. Olive oil is the seventh ingredient! It doesn't taste as good as it used to. I won't be buying it any more.
  • Definitely has nut allergens
    by Marti
    The label clearly needs to state that this product may contain nuts, or is processed in a facility with nuts. I had my typical nut allergy reaction, that I only get when I have eaten them. Not labeling products properly is not only irresponsible, but can also be dangerous.
  • Do not trust Kraft's ingredient list - it is not complete
    by Linda Stewart
    I have a pine nut allergy and usually make my own pesto so I can make it without pine nuts. However, I was in the store looking at labels and saw that this sauce did not list pine nuts in the ingredient list like the other pestos on the shelf. I waited to use it, however until I had a chance to question the manufacturer about the presence of pine nuts. Their response was canned mumbo jumbo and didn't really answer the question as to pine nut presence. I used the product in a dish and then proceeded to spend the next two days with a major migraine!. I knew that the sauce was the trigger, so I contacted the company again and they proceeded to tell me that yes, there are pine nuts in the sauce, but they will be eliminating it from the ingredients in January. Well WHY THE HECK DIDN'T THEY TELL ME THAT IN THE FIRST PLACE?