Made in Italy
Tomato sauce for pizza is the most necessary ingredient for this everyone beloved dish.
The main role in the history of the classic pizza sauce was played by Great geographical discoveries. In 1493, Christopher Columbus brought tomatoes from America to Europe. Italians liked them so much that this delicious culture began to be cultivated in the southern regions of Italy — Campania, Sicily and Calabria. Later, the first Italian pizza appeared already in Naples in 1522 — a bread cake was covered with tomato sauce, topped with stuffing and cheese.
Federici Italian pizza sauce is classic, sweet and sour, with a bright taste of ripe tomatoes, hints of onions, oregano and basil.
Tomatoes, salt, refined deodorized sunflower oil, sugar, oregano, basil, onion, white pepper, acidity regulator: citric acid
Pesto sauce is rightfully considered the basis of Italian culinary traditions and has long occupied a special place in the cuisines of many countries around the world. Federici Pesto alla genovese sauce is produced from fresh basil leaves in accordance with a classic Italian recipe.