Organic Whole peeled tomatoes
Mutti Organic Peeled Tomatoes are made exclusively from 100% Italian, certified organic tomatoes. The tomatoes are harvested at the height of summer and are delicately peeled with steam to capture all the flavour and scents of fresh tomatoes. They are firm and fleshy in texture and are extremely versatile – use them whole, sliced, crushed, chopped or blitzed depending on the texture the recipe needs. They are suitable for both long and short cooking times.
Firm and fleshy texture
Natural red colour
Also suitable for long cooking times
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Firm and fleshy, whole tomatoes
Chopped Tomatoes, Tomato Puree, Sieved Tomatoes and Peeled Tomatoes are the Mutti Tomato Essentials. Different in terms of color, taste and texture, each product has its own character and personality. Peeled Tomatoes are natural red, have a firm and pulpy texture, and a delicate flavor.
How is it made?
The skin of the tomatoes is removed gently with steam. After that, they are transformed into a velvety sauce and canned to preserve their freshness.
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For us, sustainability means respect for the land
Cooperation with WWF Italy
Mutti has worked closely with the WWF in Italy to help farmers find sustainable ways to reduce their water consumption and CO2 emissions. The Italian WWF not only set goals, but it also allowed farmers to analyze and review data to identify what they can do. For example, the organization recommended the use of special sensors that recognize the moisture content of the soil and provide useful information to support efficient water use.
Mutti invested in technology, education, and technical support for farmers and agricultural organizations. Even after our five-year project came to an end, we are still as committed as ever to minimizing our environmental impact and improving every step of our production.
+1000 million litres of water saved*
*between 2012 and 2014 (Source: Data Collected by CMCC, WWF and Mediterranean Climate Change Center in Italy)
+31530 tons of CO2 (carbon dioxide) avoided.
*between 2010 and 2015 when compared to 2009 levels (Source: Data collected by Italian WWF and energy efficiency group Officinae Verd)