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Pomi Chopped Tomatoes, 26.46 Ounce (Pack of 12)
- Pomi Chopped Tomatoes, 26.46 Ounce Pack in a pack of 12 (total of 317.52 ounce)
- Each piece is unique Only one ingredient Fresh sun ripened tomatoes
- Delicious chunks Packed in the area of Production Bringing directly to the table an incomparable taste
- This is 100% authentic Italian masterpiece ideal for pizza
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Top Customer Reviews
Although Muir Glen is promising to get rid of BPA in their can liners, they are replacing it with some unspecified 'vinyl-based substitute'. If you want to get their cans without BPA, look for a use-by date of around the summer of 2013. [This info is per a conversation with their customer service representative.]
I had heard about Pomi Tetra-pak products before -- Mario Batali and other foodies/chefs have recommended them so I thought I would give them a try.
The tomatoes are naturally grown in Italy without pesticides and have no salt added. I used them to create a wonderful marinara sauce. They taste great and I am very happy with the quality.
Unlike another reviewer, I have no complaint on the delivery. I am a PRIME member and got it exactly 2 days later ordering it, on time and punctual. The expiration date is Feb of 2016 (today is March 2014)...so all in all, I am pleased. If you have a chance to pick up and sample one container of this at your local market, you can test it out yourself. You may end up buying the 12-pack too. I had bought a 12-pack from an online store once, and with discounts and shipping, it still cost about what Amazon is charging now, about $42 for a 12-pack.
All in all, as good as any higher-priced San Marzano can of tomatoes, and this is from Italy as well, contains no citric acid where basically all other canned tomatoes do. You be the judge, that's the final word. WOrth a try.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do enjoy this product. Quality, taste like home canned tomatoes. But I was shocked to see that they DOUBLED their price since October when I last ordered them. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Holly
We were looking to stay away from BPA cans and being from an Itallian family, we eat alot of tomatoes. This brand is superior in taste to anything else we have eaten. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
The flavor is very good for these, but they are a little more watery than expected. Just plan on adding a can of tomato paste if you are using these for a thick sauce and it will... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lori B
Love love love these tomatoes. Freshest tasting ever, better than most "fresh" tomatoes in grocery store unless it is summer. Read morePublished 1 month ago by staeces
Taste is fabulous- love the packaging as do not like to buy canned tomatoes because of the lining in the cans. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan
Excellent, consistent product. Good price ($25 or so for 12).Published 1 month ago by Reviewing Wombat
I always buy this product from the grocery store (for many years) due to type of carton it is stored in and the freshness of the tomatoes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cathy Perry
These are excellent tomatoes. I bought them to use all winter when the good tasting fresh ones from the garden aren't avaliable.Published 2 months ago by jwthomas87
So much easier than prepping the tomatoes myself. This cost a bit more than tomatoes from the farmer's market, but they require far less work to make ready for pasta sauces and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amy