Classic Red Tomato Sauce

Sale price$8.50 / 16 oz Jar

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Why You'll Love It:

This sauce combines sweet, vine-ripened tomatoes, nutty olive oil, savory onions, and garlic. And honestly, there are few greater combinations on Earth! This delicious sauce is super thick and rich, so a little goes a long way. You can use it to make everything from ratatouille to a beautiful pasta dinner to the perfect pizza. Like homemade sauce in a jar, it’s perfect for your pantry and ready in a pinch.

For over 50 years, Pa Vitelli simmered these ingredients to perfection at famed Jersey City restaurant Jule's. Now, sisters-in-law Melissa and Laura Vitelli bring this sauce to you - flavorful, simple, versatile. And made with a whopping 72% tomatoes, it doesn't get much more tomato-y nor more delicious than this sauce.

* Everything at PlantBelly is vegan-friendly and contains NO animal derived ingredient. Our symbols highlight foods that are naturally free from certain allergens. But they're not certified as such, so double check for certifications that satisfy your unique needs 'n wants.

Vine-ripened tomatoes, water, pure olive oil, fresh onion, fresh garlic, basil leaves, salt, sugar, naturally derived citric acid, black pepper. Made in a facility that processes nuts, soy, and dairy.

Allergens — Produced in a facility that handles nuts, soy, and dairy.

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Meet the producer

Jar Goods

When Melissa Vitelli started Jar Goods a few years back, she was doing alot of vegetable gardening. As she was gardening, she felt the sudden urge to live self-suffcicient and run a food bussiness. So she created Jar Goods, a company that serves the customer, not the opposite. Read More


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