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12-Count Sclafani Crushed Tomatoes (28 Ounce) $17.56 As Low As $15.71 w/S&S *Prime Exclusive

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  • A great complement to your homemade tomato sauce
  • Made from fresh, vine ripened tomatoes
  • Delicious, red tomatoes with a pinch of salt
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  • Flavorful taste and aroma in every can
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Forget about it
You make a the sauce
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Ok... I guess, if you have to have them delivered. I usually pay around $1 or less for name brands on sale at the grocery store, which I have to go on a regular basis regardless.
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These make good pizza sauce, considerably better tasting than anything sold in the big grocery stores.
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So not real italian tomatoes? New Jersey instead?
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Ok... I guess, if you have to have them delivered. I usually pay around $1 or less for name brands on sale at the grocery store, which I have to go on a regular basis regardless.
You should try some authentic San Marzano tomatoes and see if you like them. They're my favorite.

I'm not sure if these tomatoes in the OP are any good, but the reviews seem to suggest that they are definitely worth trying especially at this price.

Thumbs up OP
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Bought these last year for same price. Great taste! Made sauce and pizza sauce with them
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So not real italian tomatoes? New Jersey instead?
laugh out loud The reason I chose the NJ picture is because the last time this was posted people were concerned if Sclafani was part of the region in Italy where there's a toxic waste dump for growing the tomatoes. Tomato
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This is the brand the markets on Arthur Ave sell. Good stuff. If you'd rather pay $.89 at Aldi for tomatoes, that's fine too. It's not a huge difference in price if you notice the quality. Where I live in GA charges $4 for decent tomatoes.
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laugh out loud The reason I chose the NJ picture is because the last time this was posted people were concerned if Sclafani was part of the region in Italy where there's a toxic waste dump for growing the tomatoes. Tomato
In taking a close look at the label, I see this stuff is made by Don Pepino - i buy that label pasta sauce from Amazon and really like it - so if comparable quality, then TU from me!
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Great quality tomatoes. New Jersey tomatoes are the best for standard crushed tomatoes (not counting San Marzano or other specific types).

I make a basic and complex pizza sauce with these. Both are good, letting the tomatoes shine or having them in unison with a lot of spices. Just using them plain with a pinch of salt is even great. We don't have these locally so this is a great deal, my last shipment was over $24 a few months ago.
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Ok... I guess, if you have to have them delivered. I usually pay around $1 or less for name brands on sale at the grocery store, which I have to go on a regular basis regardless.
$1 for 28oz cans of quality canned tomatoes? Wow!
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Cento, if you like premium tomatoes and sauce.
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Cento, if you like premium tomatoes and sauce.
There's a family owned grocer near me called Caputo's, their huge aisle (both sides) for tomato sauces is overwhelming, I think they carry every brand under the sun. I've seen Cento, never tried it though.
Now I have taste for spaghetti with a bit of chunk tomato in it. Eat
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Love these crushed tomatoes , can't find them anywhere else
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