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Muir Glen Organic Crushed Tomatoes Fire Roasted -- 14.5 oz

Our highest-quality red tomatoes are roasted over an open fire that blackens the skin and sears in the unique flavor of fire-roasted goodness. You'll love them in recipes hot or cold. Named after legendary naturalist John Muir Muir Glen® was founded in 1991 by a group of entrepreneurs with extensive experience in agriculture and the tomato industry. Since our company's founding over a decade ago we've been committed to helping farmers choose to grow tomatoes organically. All of Muir Glen's tomatoes are field grown and vine ripened under certified organic practices — no synthetic pesticides no chemical fertilizers just gorgeous tomato taste true to nature. Taste Muir Glen and we know you'll agree the great care we take in processing our tomatoes shows in our products' spectacular flavor. From California's San Joaquin Valley the heart of the country's prime tomato growing region we bring you our best-selling line of premium quality organic tomato products. And now we're branching out! Our commitment to the finest organic ingredients now extends to all the delicious vegetables and pasta in our premium organic soup line.
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Review 1 for Muir Glen Organic Crushed Tomatoes Fire Roasted -- 14.5 oz
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fromSanta Maria CA
Just the thing my recipe needed
 March 24, 2015
"As a person who cooks for one or two I have a hard time keeping all the fresh ingredients I might need for a spur of the moment dish. These tomatoes add a beautiful tomato taste without any "can" taste. They are a good thing to have on the shelf when I don't have time to shop for organic produce or they are not in season."
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