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Amore Tomato Paste, 4.5-Ounce Tubes (Pack of 12)
List Price: $38.67

Our Price: $26.77

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Features:
  • Pack of twelve 4.5-ounce tubes of concentrated tomato paste
  • Made with all-natural ingredients
  • Highly concentrated flavor; quick tips and recipes printed inside each box
  • Easy to use with no waste; just squeeze out the amount needed, cap and refrigerate the rest
  • Imported from Italy

Customer Reviews:

  • when a little is enough!
    This stuff is great on the many, many times you only need a small amount of tomato paste, and don't want to waste the better part of a can. Plus, it is much better tasting than the domestic variety. A no brainer....more info
  • A Must for Any Cook
    When you need just a little it's always there without the worry of opening a can and having to throw it out because you cannot use it all. It takes me 2 to 3 weeks sometimes longer to use a whole tube....more info
  • A cooking necessity
    Tomato paste in a tube is the best cooking condiment ever -- it is so expensive here in the states, and in Italy it's about 50 cents a tube. But then there's the cost of going to Italy just for tomato paste in a tube. In bulk on Amazon, it's incredibly affordable, and I have a supply until I can accumulate enough miles to fly to italy again. Yum....more info
  • tomato paste
    I have looked for years for tomato paste in tubes - I have wasted so many cans. Now I have it and its great. ...more info
  • AMORE TOMATO PASTE TUBES
    THIS IS A FINE TOMATO PASTE. I THINK ALL TOMATO PASTE SHOULD COMES IN TUBES AND NOT IN CANS. CANNED TOMATO PASTE WASTES PRODUCT IS YOU ONLY NEED A COUPLE OF TEASPOON FULLS FOR A RECIPE.

    YOU END UP THROWING THE REST OF THE CANNED PRODUCT AWAY BECAUSE IT OXIDIZES AND SPOILS. ...more info
  • The Cadillac of Tomato Pastes
    I have several favorite recipes that use tomato paste, but they many of them only use a couple of tablespoon. With canned paste, I usually ended up throwing out the rest of the can after a week in the refrigerator made it taste like the can. I first used Amore paste when I lived in Europe and I loved it. It has a rich tomato flavor, no metal taste from the can and it keeps for weeks in the refrigerator. It's more expensive than the small cans, but considering that I don't throw any away, it's cheaper in the long run....more info
  • Tomato paste in a tube
    This is by far the best way to purchase tomato paste. There is no waste and the quality and taste of the tomato paste is excellent. ...more info
  • No "tinny," burnt taste
    I bought this for its convenience and "thrift factor" -seldom do I use an entire can of tomato paste and usually end up throwing the remainder out. I was extremely pleased to find that it had a very fresh taste, without the slightly burnt and "tinny" taste of canned tomato paste. I would not pay the around $4.00 price for a single tube, but it is an extremely good for the price when bought in bulk in Amazon's grocery store. It's great having it shipped to my desk at work, also - saves time that I'd rather spend on cooking and gas because it's not available at local stores....more info
  • The Besssst!
    I absolutley love this tomato paste. I have always used the jared kind until I saw this at the local super market. Definetley, better to buy in bulk. And, lasts much longer than the jar. Lovvvee it, and will re-order....more info
  • great tomato paste
    excellent product; remains fresh and always easy to use just the amount you need...more info
  • GOOD price on Amazon and recommended by Cook's Illustrated
    I bought this because I wanted to keep tomatos in stock, all our summer tomatoes are gone, lycopene and I am boycotting Heinz. 12 tubes of this takes up as much room as one jar of Prego tomato sauce.

    And Dr. Gourmet says:

    The USDA and FDA use a test known as the "Howard Mold Count" to determine the amount of mold in products that you purchase. There are regulations about the acceptable levels of mold in certain foods. The minute you open that can of tomato paste any mold that is in the can can grow with the exposure to oxygen. The longer it is in the fridge the more chance of mold growing. Most of the molds are benign and not likely to hurt you, but they will taint the flavor of the tomato paste....more info
  • Fresh, tangy taste.
    Fresh, tangy taste. Love that I can use what I want and put the tube in the fridge. ...more info