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Product Description

Mutti sauces are born from a long tradition of love, experience, and culture of the best Italian tomato.

The base of fine tomato pulp is combined with a pinch of concentrate to enhance its flavor and genuine taste even more. To the tomato are added fresh basil leaves, which give the classic combination an unmistakably Italian feeling.

Ingredients

Tomato 99.8%, salt.

  • Made using the same unique and secret production process at room temperature since 1971
  • Made using only the heart of the tomato - 100kg of selected fresh tomatoes produces 20kg of Mutti Finely Chopped Tomatoes
  • No citric acird added (thanks to the high quality of raw material used), no added salt (only 0.2%) and no firming agents added
  • 6 x 400g
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    bobbymartini18/04/2022 07:10

    This seems very expensive for tinned tomatoes, no?


    Yes they are expensive. But very close to the taste of real tomatoes. I cook all meals from scratch so I use this for pasta and pizza sauce. It makes huge difference in the taste. Try it once you will know.
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    Given nice tomatoes are >£3/kg in the UK, anyone making their own sauce at home is losing money vs these tins (assuming 5:1 fruit/product ratio). Cheap tomatoes are tasteless, particularly this time of year.
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    Worth the extra
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    Sainsburys 90p a tin if you're passing, or if you don't need 6.
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    bobbymartini18/04/2022 07:10

    This seems very expensive for tinned tomatoes, no?


    Yes, worth it for Italian pasta sauces though. For chili or curry, just use the cheaper tinned tomatoes.
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    surreykw18/04/2022 08:37

    These look very similar and on offer in ASDA. …These look very similar and on offer in ASDA. https://groceries.asda.com/product/tinned-tomatoes/mutti-polpa-finely-chopped-tomatoes/1000298969659?origin=/cat/2031574537/


    Yep.. same price same product, for those without prime for free delivery.
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    This seems very expensive for tinned tomatoes, no?
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    £4.20 after 15% first time order and 5% S&S
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    These are the best you can get.
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    99.8% tomatoes - well worth paying the extra for tomatoes that haven’t been watered down.
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    blahblahblah123418/04/2022 09:09

    Is there a difference between this and a good quality passata?The …Is there a difference between this and a good quality passata?The ingredients for both seem to be around 99.8% tomatoes and a small amount of added salt.


    Passata is pureed, sieved tomatoes, so will be smooth. I'm assuming the 'fine tomato pulp' in these 'finely chopped tomatoes' has a bit more thickness to it.

    Which then begs the question: what is the difference between this and passata rustica (tomatoes through a sieve with large holes to make a more textured, thicker passata)?
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    jkofnottingham19/04/2022 01:04

    Am I missing something? I can’t see anywhere that it states these are San M …Am I missing something? I can’t see anywhere that it states these are San Marzano - it says they’re Cherry tomatoes. If they are San Marzano then they’re an excellent price, but the Mutti whole San Marzano tomatoes on the link are £15.90 for 6 cans.What makes you think these are San Marzano - am I missing something?


    Amazon listings are not always accurate. Upon a search on the Mutti page, found details on region and type of tomatoes used here:
    mutti-parma.com/en/…le/
    Hope it helps
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    To be fair, if you do a lot of home cooking, these tomatoes are by far the best. It’s worth paying extra and this is a good deal
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    dogsballs18/04/2022 08:49

    or use real tomatoes!


    Real tomatoes don't exist in the UK in my own personal opinion! I suggest you travel and taste the tomatoes from a southern or East European country over there in the summer and then the ones in UK supermarkets and you will notice a massive difference in taste (unless you need to take a test lol joking). Seriously though tomatoes grown in hotter countries with temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius in the summer cannot be compared to the ones grown in a country where 99% of the year you have a grey sky.
    Yes cooking from scratch is great, but for me taste comes first and pricing second and this ticks both for me + no additives to this item either.
    Just saying my personal opinion, no offence intended .

    Heat op
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    inertia18/04/2022 11:10

    Tinned tomatoes in curry? Sacrilege (embarrassed)Definitely not cheaper, …Tinned tomatoes in curry? Sacrilege (embarrassed)Definitely not cheaper, and I reckon tastier depends in the time of year.


    Depends on what sort of curry, but it's pretty common ingredient ktc-edibles.co.uk/rec…ji/

    dogsballs18/04/2022 10:37

    that to me sounds like a complete waste of food, enough reason, for me …that to me sounds like a complete waste of food, enough reason, for me anyway, to stick to natures own product (not in a tin)


    It's unlikely they waste the other 80kg, don't you think? Very likely used in other products. (edited)
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    I paid more per tin for a 12 pack of these on the last deal, so this is a great price. Cheers OP, heat added (edited)
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    Good price with s&s and multi-buy discounts. Have used them in the past and they are much better than any other brand. … hence the price. I have got them cheaper in the past (around the 50p mark) but this happens very very rarely. For those saying they are expensive I would suggest buying one can from supermarkets to try and make up your own mind.
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    Cold!
    Chopped tomatoes 3p a tin in B&M.
    (Joke).
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    or use real tomatoes!
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    dogsballs18/04/2022 10:37

    that to me sounds like a complete waste of food, enough reason, for me …that to me sounds like a complete waste of food, enough reason, for me anyway, to stick to natures own product (not in a tin)


    Seems unlikely they would waste the rest, it is probably siphoned off to go into lesser products, or maybe tomato juice or something similar
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    dvdvicar18/04/2022 08:12

    Cold!Chopped tomatoes 3p a tin in B&M. (Joke).


    Please don't pass half information.
    You forgot to mention that you have to go after dark 😁. Also you dont need to invest in any tools, everyone will have 1 or 2 spare masks at home!
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    Little advice, always get canned peeled plum tomatoes, they keep fresh much longer than chopped ones. (edited)
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    Alex545418/04/2022 08:21

    Little advice, always get canned peeled plum tomatoes, they keep fresh …Little advice, always get canned peeled plum tomatoes, they keep fresh much longer than chopped ones.


    Don't people usual use a whole can at a time?
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    Jonny67818/04/2022 08:57

    That is for 4 tins. This is cheaper.


    Only if you happen to have the 15% first purchase voucher, plus the 15% is only good for 6 tins.
    No limits at Asda on how many you can buy for £3, and some Asda customers may get additional discounts too. (edited)
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    Joe.Totale18/04/2022 09:52

    No According to Mutti: Made using only the heart of the tomato - 100kg …No According to Mutti: Made using only the heart of the tomato - 100kg of selected fresh tomatoes produces 20kg of Mutti Finely Chopped Tomatoes


    that to me sounds like a complete waste of food, enough reason, for me anyway, to stick to natures own product (not in a tin)
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    Great on pizza.
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    I always buy Mutti. No citric acid. You can taste the difference compared to other brands. Also the tomatoes are San Marzano DOP.
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    blahblahblah123418/04/2022 09:09

    Is there a difference between this and a good quality passata?The …Is there a difference between this and a good quality passata?The ingredients for both seem to be around 99.8% tomatoes and a small amount of added salt.


    The quality of the tomatoes is better, you can taste the difference. Same goes for the mutti passata.
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    SK118/04/2022 19:10

    I always buy Mutti. No citric acid. You can taste the difference compared …I always buy Mutti. No citric acid. You can taste the difference compared to other brands. Also the tomatoes are San Marzano DOP.


    Am I missing something? I can’t see anywhere that it states these are San Marzano - it says they’re Cherry tomatoes. If they are San Marzano then they’re an excellent price, but the Mutti whole San Marzano tomatoes on the link are £15.90 for 6 cans.

    SK118/04/2022 19:21

    Comment deleted


    What makes you think these are San Marzano - am I missing something? (edited)
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    kake23/04/2022 17:56

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005PXJ8D2/ref=crt_ewc_title_srh_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLESays it is £6.60 before subscribe & save for me...


    Not anymore.
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    My Dog loves these.
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    M_z18/04/2022 08:20

    Yes, worth it for Italian pasta sauces though. For chili or curry, just …Yes, worth it for Italian pasta sauces though. For chili or curry, just use the cheaper tinned tomatoes.


    Tinned tomatoes in curry? Sacrilege

    Fb1418/04/2022 09:45

    Wouldn't buying fresh 400grams of tomatoes, crush them at home & use for …Wouldn't buying fresh 400grams of tomatoes, crush them at home & use for cooking cheaper & tastier I wonder?


    Definitely not cheaper, and I reckon tastier depends in the time of year. (edited)
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    M_z19/04/2022 07:41

    Useful links, thanks. Several people in this thread have been so keen to … Useful links, thanks. Several people in this thread have been so keen to show what experts on tomatoes they are, they've neglected to check the facts and got it wrong.


    Sorry boss. Will try and do better next time! 😁
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    bbleo211180:

    Yes they are expensive. But very close to the taste of real tomatoes. I cook all meals from scratch so I use this for pasta and pizza sauce. It makes huge difference in the taste. Try it once you will know.

    Fair enough. Good to know
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    Thankyou. £4.20 for me with 15% voucher
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    thanks will try this for my pizzas
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    these are superb
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