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Tinned tomatoes are often regarded with great scepticism by many people and often referred to as having a neutral flavour. This might be true of some products, but it cannot be said of these tinned San Marzano tomatoes. This very full-bodied variety has a special quality that other tinned tomatoes simply do not have. San Marzano tomatoes develop a very intense taste of their own in the tin, turning them into something very special indeed. The tins not only help preserve the fruity flavour, but it also helps the flavour become even more distinctive. As soon as a tin is opened, an extremely rich aroma spreads through the room and your mouth starts watering straight away. The savoury, slightly sweet flavour contains a small amount of bitter-tasting compounds, generating a first-class contrast of flavours. The intensity of this overwhelmingly fruity flavour produces an indescribable taste sensation when used in sauces, dips and other similar delicacies. The idea that tinned tomatoes could only develop a rich flavour if made with strongly-flavour herbs such as oregano has been demonstrably proved wrong by these tinned San Marzano tomatoes.

Tinned tomatoes, which almost become a victim of modern technology

The flavour of various products often suffers as a result of the uncompromising competition on the market. Even for tinned tomatoes, mechanisation has become a factor which has increased immensely in significance over the last couple of decades. Today, the cultivation and harvesting processes for tomatoes have to be kept as simple and cheap as possible, so that the final product can be sold within a certain price range. This results in special breeds, which fulfil these requirements. Until now, it was not possible to cultivate more robust varieties, which still had the same intense flavour of other, older varieties. San Marzano tomatoes need to be taken care of and must be harvested by hand. These cost factors make them nigh on unprofitable for industrial production and a financial impossibility for small and medium-sized businesses. Large corporations continued to focus on new cultivars and did not pay any attention whatsoever to the humble San Marzano tomato. This tomato’s individual renaissance began when consumers started to call for tinned tomatoes with premium-quality flavour. Some companies dared to take the step towards higher quality and came out on top. The result is tinned tomato with first-rate features, which have still won over countless people in spite of their higher price tag.

Our range of tinned tomatoes

When we began to create our product range, we found ourselves faced with a choice between lower prices and top quality. It was with confidence that we decided in favour of the latter and we are proud to support both the outstanding quality of San Marzano tomatoes and the slightly higher than average price tag. We believe that tinned tomatoes should taste great and these tomatoes have completely won us over.

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Yellow San Marzano Tomato, five-piece saver set
Yellow San Marzano Tomato, five-piece saver set
Just a few years ago they were facing extinction - barely anyone still grew the San Marzano tomato variety. It has since experienced a renaissance and is once again thriving in the fertile soil at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, not least...
Content 1.2 Kilogramm (€8.74 * / 1 Kilogramm)
€10.49 *
Whole, peeled San Marzano tomatoes in five-piece pack
Whole, peeled San Marzano tomatoes in...
Just a few years ago they were facing extinction - barely anyone still grew the San Marzano tomato variety. It has since experienced a renaissance and is once again thriving in the fertile soil at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, not least...
Content 1.3 Kilogramm (€7.69 * / 1 Kilogramm)
€9.99 *
Whole, peeled San Marzano tomatoes
Whole, peeled San Marzano tomatoes
Just a few years ago they were facing extinction – barely anyone still grew the San Marzano tomato variety. It has since experienced a renaissance and is once again thriving in the fertile soil at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, not...
Content 0.26 Kilogramm (€9.19 * / 1 Kilogramm)
€2.39 *
Whole, peeled San Marzano tomatoes
Whole, peeled San Marzano tomatoes
Just a few years ago they were facing extinction - barely anyone still grew the San Marzano tomato variety. It has since experienced a renaissance and is once again thriving in the fertile soil at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, not least...
Content 1.5 Kilogramm (€5.66 * / 1 Kilogramm)
€8.49 *
Whole, peeled yellow San Marzano tomatoes
Whole, peeled yellow San Marzano tomatoes
Just a few years ago they were facing extinction - barely anyone still grew the San Marzano tomato variety. It has since experienced a renaissance and is once again thriving in the fertile soil at the foot of Mount Vesuvius, not least...
Content 0.24 Kilogramm (€10.38 * / 1 Kilogramm)
€2.49 *
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