Cirio Passata Rustics Crushed Tomatoes 2 x 350g (700g)

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Product information

With Cirio Passata Rustics Crushed Tomatoes 2 x 350g, you can make healthy, gourmet dishes inspired by those from across the globe.

Both jars are filled with luscious San Marzano tomatoes, considered the best for making quality tomato-centric meals, that have been crushed into a thick, juicy sauce consistency.

Passata Rustica is perfect for pastas, pizzas, curries, homemade ketchup and so much more.

One of our Cirio branded products.



Nutritional information

Typical Valuesper 100 g
Energy135 kJ / 32 kcal
Fat0,1 g
of which saturates0,1 g
Carbohydrate5,3 g
of which sugars4,2 g
Fibre1,7 g
Protein1,2 g
Salt0,02 g

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Once opened store in the fridge and consume within 3-4 days. Best before end: see lid.
  3. Pack Type: Sleeve.

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