Sun-Dried Tomato Powder

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Burlap & Barrel Sun-Dried Tomato Powder
2 reviews

Sun-Dried Tomato Powder

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Loved by Bon Appetit for its complexity and acidity, this sun-dried tomato powder is worthy for special occasions and final garnishes. It’s umami with a bump of savory tang.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

It all starts with tomatoes grown with care and expertise by a network of farmers in the Aegean region of Turkey. The tomatoes are picked from the field, washed, sliced in half, then laid out to dry in the sun on wide sheets before they’re ground into this zingy fine powder. Fun fact: These tomatoes aren't as sweet as the tomatoes that you'd typically pick up at the market. Sweeter tomatoes produce a clumpy, sticky powder, while these babies have a tangy kick to amp up umami.

Burlap & Barrel partners directly with small farms to source single-origin, biodynamically-grown spices.

The glass jar and metal lid are curbside recyclable, and the plastic sifter is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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recyclable packaging

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committed to social good

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Making a positive social impact and a low environmental impact

Burlap & Barrel sources their spices directly from farmer cooperatives and small farms. They visit each of these farms, spending time with the employees to learn about the economic, social, and environmental implications of their methods. Every decision they make is fueled by their goal to end inequality and exploitation in the food industry. They do this by connecting small farms to high-value markets, educating consumers about the impact of product traceability, and sourcing unique foods that are grown using biodynamic and organic techniques.