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Muir Glen Organic Tomato Paste, 6-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24)
- One (1) pack of 24 6-ounce cans of Muir Glen Organic Tomato Paste
- USDA Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified
- Tomatoes harvested at peak flavor
- Organic tomatoes are cooked for several hours and reduced to a rich tomato paste concentrate
- Cans made with BPA-free liner
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Muir Glen organic tomatoes are grown in the country’s prime tomato-growing region – the San Joaquin Valley of California. We’re named after legendary naturalist John Muir, and since our company’s founding over a decade ago, we’ve been committed to helping our farmers grow tomatoes organically.
Our growers’ certified organic farming methods create healthy, nutrient-rich soil, and all Muir Glen tomatoes are packaged without synthetic chemical additives of any kind. We believe that the care we take in growing and processing our tomatoes shows in our product’s spectacular flavor.
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Taste and See the Goodness of Nature
Try Muir Glen Organic Tomato Paste as a base for sauces and soups or incorporated into your other favorite recipes.
From Field to Can
Our tomatoes ripen on the vine before being picked, cooked and packed into cans made with BPA-free liner.
Rich Tomato Flavor
We cook our premium organic tomatoes for several hours before reducing them to a deep red, rich-tasting concentrate.
Extensive Expertise in Agriculture
Organic Farming Methods
Our farmers are committed to growing 100 percent organic tomatoes without any synthetic pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
2012 John Muir Conservation Award Winner
Our large-scale composting program converts tomato-processing waste into nutrient-rich soil for independent organic farmers.
Muir Glen has partnered with The Xerces Society and UC Davis to create bee and pollinator habitat alongside all our tomato fields by 2020.
Organic Tomato Paste and Naturally Derived Citric Acid.
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Top Customer Reviews
The tomato paste itself seems to be of good quality, but the cans often arrived severely dented. I think Amazon intentionally buys dented cans to save money because the dents don't appear to occur during shipping. In other words, they seem to be already dented when they leave Amazon. I have run into the same problem with other canned goods ordered from Amazon.
"Thank you for contacting Muir Glen about bisphenol-A or BPA.
Bisphenol-A is a component of protective coatings in metal food packaging, and provides an important food safety and quality function in canned foods. Scientific and governmental bodies worldwide have examined the science many times and have concluded that the weight of evidence supports the safety of BPA, including recent comprehensive assessments in Japan and in the European Union.
In January 2010, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced another review of BPA. This review in expected to take 18-24 months, and Health Canada and the World Health Organization (WHO) will participate.
Most metal cans in the food industry utilize BPA in the can lining or can lid. Some of our products do, and many competitors' products do as well.
Muir Glen continues to believe BPA is safe. However, we know that some of our consumers have wanted us to pursue alternatives. We have been working with our can suppliers and can manufacturers to develop and test alternative linings that do not use BPA for some time.
One alternative has proven safe and viable in our processing of tomatoes - and Muir Glen is in the midst of transitioning to cans with liners that do not use BPA. It is an approved non-epoxy alternative. Can coatings used by Muir Glen also comply fully with all applicable U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements for safe use in food contact applications.
Your views are important to us. Again, thank you for contacting Muir Glen, and thank you for your support of our products.
The case of small cans appears to come from 3 different lot numbers (OPJCS 6 ASHX24 1121, OPJCS 6 ASHX24 1122 AND OPJCS 6 ASHX24 1123) Note the 1121/1122/1123 code differs.
With just my visual inspection it appears all affected cans are 1122 but I will not be eating any of the remainders. I will be contacting the manufacturer ASAP to see if there has been a recall or known problem.
Note: the date code on my cans is A8KX24, same as the previous reviewer with this problem.
Now we use BioNature in jars or Pomi products in Tetra Pak cartons. All canned tomato products use BPA and so do many of the lids of jars used in food containment.
Now I also just make from scratch which is made simple by chef Andrew Carmellini in Everyday Italian. Lydia Bastianich is another favorite chef that deserves mention for simple yet big flavors.
Boil, peel, freeze and store. Can manufacturing companies that I corresponded with said they were working on a solution for later this year or next year.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In love that I can get these in bulk but wish they would arrive without all the dents.Published 3 months ago by ami said
Great for when in a pinch and you don't want to get to the store!Published 4 months ago by Vegan Housewife
The color is VIBRANT like a fresh picked tomato and the paste is smooth, not lumpy.
Muir Glen is a superior brand and if you make spaghetti, lasagna or anything that requires... Read more
Excellent product and a good price. If you have not tried "prime pantry" yet, you are missing out. Read morePublished 7 months ago by MattManAlive