Ingredients of our land


Fresh chopped onion, sprigs of wild oregano and basil, crushed garlic, a dash of sea salt. Simple elements that combined together, with wisdom and passion, are able to create the most loved sauce by Americans.


- Peeled Tomatoes

- Extra Virgin Olive Oil

- Fresh Onions

- Sea Salt

- Fresh Sliced Garlic

- Fresh Basil

- Black Pepper

- Oregano

Our souce will make you travel and visit our land

Southern Italy is a little loud but full of love, much like our Arrabbiata sauce. Slowly simmered with fresh chilies and sweet San Marzano tomatoes, Arrabbiata has just the right kick to bring smiles to the table (no tears here!).

Named for the way it makes faces turn red, Arrabbiata sauce is just as much a part of Italian culture as the Vesuvian land where our tomatoes are grown. Made with just 5 ingredients—the same recipe passed down for generations—each jar of Arrabbiata holds a little adventure and a lot of love.    

How we do it

The tomato reached the right degree of ripeness is harvested in the fields.
The tomato is chosen, first through the optical sorters and then also by hand.
Only the best tomatoes, after several washing cycles, are processed and transformed. 
During these processes,  the tomato maintains its bright red color and the fresh tomato flavor as
it has just been harvested.

Our company is located in San Marzano at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. Our land is famous for its history and tradition, but any Italian will tell you it's also home to Italy's most flavorful tomatoes. 

We grow our tomatoes from July to October each year, always under the Italian sun and watered with pure mountain rainfall. We strictly observe the traditional Italian harvest period to maintain our products’ freshness, the integrity of our traditions, and the health of our greatest gift: the San Marzano land.

The volcanic soil is some of the most nutrient-rich in the world, and Italy’s best chefs source their tomatoes from our fertile valley.


Not a drop of water is wasted

Full respect for the evnironment

The legend behind this souce

An ancient sailor carefully hid vials of herbs and spices in his satchel so he could taste the warmth of the Italian countryside wherever he went. This was the birth of authentic Marinara, one of Italy’s most treasured sauces. We are proud to use the same simple recipe in our rustic Marinara sauce.

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