Fire-Roasted Tomato and Garlic
  • 60cal
    Calories
  • 1.5g
    Total Fat
  • 3g
    Fiber
  • 2g
    Protein
  • 380mg
    Sodium
  • Nutritional
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Nutritional information

Serving Size: 125
Calories: 60 Calories From Fat: 10
Amount Per Serving
Percentage Daily Value
Calcium 4
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Ingredients

Tomato Puree Water Tomato Paste, Diced Tomatoes, Tomato Juice, Fire Roasted Tomatoes, Contains 2% Of Less of: Onions, Salt, Olive Oil, Spices, Sugar, Granulated Roasted Garlic, Garlic, Citric Acid, Calcium Chloride

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Fire-Roasted Tomato and Garlic

In the Tuscan countryside, Sienese cooks roast fresh tomatoes over an open flame to bring out a deep, rich flavor. This tradition inspired our Fire Roasted Tomato & Garlic recipe. Gather around your hearth and enjoy this well-balanced, rustic sauce.

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  • please don't treat your loyal customers like idiots
    by Unhappy
    sugar wasn't there, then it was and if I want you to take it out I have to pay about 75% more for the privilege... really?
  • WHY the added sugar?
    by Maria B
    This line used to have "no sugar", which is why we purchased it. Now there's sugar in it, but the "new" line of pasta sauces this company is touting is "Classico Riserva" with "no added sugar". What probably occurred was some combo of consumer research of watching how /what those consumers bought and found that the common thread was "we read labels carefully", and “we hate added sugar”, saw that demographic has enough to spend and “created” a “new” line of sugar-free pasta sauces when all they did was add subsidized-sugar to the old version, kept it out of the new version, slapped a fancy label on it and called it “Riserva”, then jacked up the price knowing we'd go for the non-sugar version at the new price. Check it: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160413006111/en/Classico-Presents-Riserva-%E2%80%93-Premium-Line-Pasta . Ugh.
  • STOP ADDING SUGAR
    by NIKOLE
    Everything you eat anymore has sugar in it, I never paid attention until the other day I thought your sauce with sugar free. Besides the natural sugars that occur within the vegetables. I was so upset I had to give away 6 jars of my favorite sauce, due to the fact that you add sugar. I am so sad that I will no longer be able to purchase my favorite product. I literally use to put the sauce on everything. I even used to use it on my snacks. I do not know why now days we think sugar has to be in it everything, I noticed the other day the toothpaste I bought had sugar in it.