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San Marzano, Crushed Tomatoes, 28 Ounce Cans (12 Cans)

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Price: $55.99 ($4.67 / Cana) + $16.49 shipping
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  • Pack of twelve, 28-ounce each (total of 336-ounces)
  • Contains firm and meaty with very few seeds
  • Fat and cholesterol free
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San Marzano, Crushed Tomatoes, 28 Ounce Cans (12 Cans) + San Marzano Whole Peeled Tomatos - 28oz / 12 Cans + San Marzano Diced Tomatoes, 28 oz (Pack of 12)
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Product Description

Plum tomatoes named after the region of San Marzano near Naples, Italy have traditionally been the tomatoes of choice for the best flavored tomato sauce.These are domestically grown tomatoes which use the same variety of seed. They are firm and meaty with very few seeds. They are Fat and Cholesterol Free.Each can contains 28 ounces of recipe ready, crushed San Marzano Tomatoes.

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  • Shipping Weight: 24 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001SAWYYG
  • UPC: 040784985506
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,610 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Hampton on July 13, 2011
These are some of the best tasting canned tomatoes you can buy. But why would I buy a case of these @ almost $5/can when I can get individual cans (without having to store an apocalyptic number of them) from FreshDirect for $3.50/can. And be assured, if FD is selling them for that amount, your local midrange grocery store will have them for less. This is NOT a bulk deal.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E.E. on May 12, 2012
These tomatoes are awful. They're canned when they are underripe, so they're not delicate and juicy, they don't smell like San Marzanos and they don't have any flavor. A very inferior product. I'd used Red Pack before I'd use these.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Papile on February 26, 2011
Real San Marzano tomatoes are grown in volcanic soil in Italy, and get a special designation by the Italian department of agriculture. The reason being they are prized and generally cost more than other tomatoes.

Now when it comes to general tomatoes, US and Canada can produce them just as well as anyone else or better. This is not the case with San Marzano tomatoes. The soil gives them a distinctive taste, and they are well known to make the best non acidic tasting sauces.

This marketing ploy is as if I made a brand named "Extra Virgin" brand olive oil when in reality it was regular olive oil. Even if these are grown with the same seeds, it is not the same. Also, these are not much cheaper than the real thing. If you can does not have a seal on it from the Italian DOP, They are not real. This can also deceives by putting italian words on it etc.

In any decent supermarket, you can find the real deal. In NY they are easy to find, but in other areas of the country it is sometimes hard to find. Cento cans real San Marzano tomatoes, so if you see their variety that says San Marzano, pick them up. They have the seal on them too.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By MD on July 14, 2010
I was suckered into buying these cause it was the only ones i saw in a store one time that said they were San Marzano. THEY ARENT! let me repeat THEY ARENT.
You have to double check, like i did after using these... cause I have used other San Marzano tomatoes before in the past and they were delicious and sweet and packed with flavor. These were acidic, bordering on no flavor and even their color was way off compared to the real ones.
These said they were grown in Canada... Im sorry but Canada is not Italy, you need to have the ones from the San Marzano region where they are grown and have an official seal from the government of Italy to say they are "True" San Marzano tomatoes. I went to another store and noticed that Cento have that seal, if you dont believe me, Google it... cause it will show what seals need to be there from the Italian Government. The Cento brand are quite good the money, i paid $3.50 a can for those compared to the $4.19 for these fake ones. They are great for sauces or even just put straight on Pizza with a little sea salt. Save your money and buy another brand, even if its a bit more expensive, its worth the cost to get the real deal.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brian R. Zaharatos on September 3, 2011
These tomatoes are BY FAR better than any "real" San Marzano tomatoes I've ever had (I've had brands shipped to me from Arthur Ave, which were straight from Italy). They are so sweet, and you can eat them right out of the can!
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By Javaman on January 28, 2014
I regularly use San Marzano.tomatos and have tried many brands. San Mariano is considered a type of tomato and some of the best are from the San Marzano region it Italy. These are grown in the US and in my opinion are very good, better than some of the imported ones. I never purchased a case, only single cans, which I can get at my local store for less than Amazon's price.
Try them, but I recommend you buy 1 can first.
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