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Cento San Marzano Certified Tomatoes, 28-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
- Grown Naturally
- Premium Quality
- Guaranteed Fresh
- Product of Italy
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Flavor: San Marzano | Size: 28 Ounce (Pack of 12)
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Top Customer Reviews
But you need to know what you are buying. These Cento tomatoes are 1) San Marzano sauce tomatoes; 2) they are NO LONGER D.O.P. certified 3) and this point is often overlooked, they are from the Sarnese Nocerino. They are the second best in terms of absolute flavor. Bright from proper acid, deep from proper natural salt/sugar balance. You probably cannot get better tomatoes fresh unless you know a specialty grower, or do it yourself and have no day job. Cento used to sell the D.O.P. certified, but no longer. Those now cost me an extra dollar or two.
The price per can is good. The best deal is if you have Amazon Prime and get regular shipments. I get three large batches per case, enough to feed the mob that forms on sauce day.
Most people are happy with the many good canned tomatoes, especially when you look at the poor genetically engineered ersatz "fresh" tomatoes at the supermarket. But if you are a maestro, these are what you want.
What a rip off! Furthermore, I'm told that this product can not be returned and no refund was offered. I'm not the only one complaining about the dented/ damaged/ rusted cans.
There is no excuse. Do NOT buy this product.
But when I received the shipment, it was a huge disappointment. It was a different product than what the photo promised. (I can buy the one that was delivered to me at my local grocery stores very easily.) Very disappointing.............
EVERY single can in a case was dented, and some cans had the beginnings of rust on the bottom.
Make sure you do not confuse these with Marzano...they are not...they are not as soft and sweet as Marzano's
If I could figure out a way to contact Amazon about these I would, (and am still looking for a way) before someone gets botulism from using these...
order at your peril...
Too bad, I thought I had found a great way to get Cento tomatoes, but THESE are not the same as the Marzano's, and are nowhere close to the same quality.
Try to get your local store to order San Marzano's for you...much better product and even though more expensive it sure is safer.
I did finally find a way to contact Amazon and alert them to this dangerous condition, which they are referring to management and marketing. If you will look at reviews on the various Cento products, many people are reporting this problem...BUYER BEWARE...Botulism can be fatal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like these larger cans! I have been using Cento tomatoes for several years now. On occasion I get a can that has very mushy tomatoes in it but that isn't often especially not as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Flavor was ok, all the cans were smashed which reduced shelf lifePublished 1 month ago by Game sucked!
Tomatoes. If you're reading this review, you're way too serious about shopping.Published 1 month ago by Red Wine Kline
Not bad but I thought they were from Italy and turns out they are from New Jersey .Published 2 months ago by Linda Scharf
I do not understand why Cento brand comes up at this site when I type in DOP certified tomatoes. Cento certifies its own tomatoes. What does that mean? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carole L. Chiamp
I don't know what it is about this brand but my pasta sauces taste so much better.Published 4 months ago by JohnNDFW
I rarely write a review of an item but this one I had to, it's NASTY. I thought it looked like the can of Italian tomatos I get at the store. It's not. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lisa Knappe