Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli prepares its Italian Chopped Tomatoes with the extreme care that their size, texture and flavor standards need.
Our Chopped Tomatoes are a product that tastes good and is practical too, making life easier for chefs and pizza makers as it reduces the processing time for every recipe. Let’s find out why.
The tomato pulp of Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli mixes the perfection of peeled tomatoes approved by the largest trade associations in the pizza world and the greatest Italian cooking schools, with the convenience of a ready-to-use texture suitable for all preparations.
This is what we find in our catalog, but what does it actually mean?
To understand it, we need to start with the product processing steps.
The main ingredient of our pulp is the peeled tomato.
Our pulp therefore keeps all the quality assured to our peeled tomato by a processing method that has set Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli as the gold standard in the world.
The harvested tomatoes, their integrity and ripeness positively checked, are brought to the factory where they undergo within just a very few hours the blanching and peeling process, but not before having passed a selection process entrusted to sophisticated machinery that discards the vegetables that do not meet the standards for size, fruit healthiness and color, and only after the various stages of washing.
After the peeling, the tomatoes are finally cut to be turned into pulp. The cutting machine is equipped with blades evenly spaced so as to obtain uniform cubes.
Perfectly sized cubes of 19 x 19 mm are then obtained from the tomatoes
After this step, the tomato will be canned by adding only partially evaporated tomato juice.
The tomato processing by steps:
blade cutting, and
addition of partially evaporated juice
is exclusive to the method used by Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli and guarantees a texture that is rough and silky at the same time.
The final result is a product already perfect and ready to use even for the most visually striking recipes, saving time and effort in the kitchen, where time is never enough.