You can't have soups and sauces without tomatoes, but not every can is as quality as this one. First Field grows their own delicious, non-GMO tomatoes on their family farm in New Jersey.
First Field is dedicated to sustainable farming and sourcing practices. Their products are grown and harvested in the U.S., which helps them lower their carbon footprint.
Why we love it
Standing by to jazz up soups, stews, and sauces, these crushed tomatoes are a key ingredient in just about every dinner. Fortunately, they're made with care for the farmers who grow them and the land they're grown on. First Field is one of our favorite partners because they're so transparent about their practices. Every time we pop a can of these crushed tomatoes, we know exactly where they came from and how they were grown (sustainably, of course).
How it does good
Tomatoes with 100% traceability
First Field takes great care to grow delicious tomatoes while still being kind to our planet. They have their own farm in Kingston, New Jersey and source their spices and sugar from other organic, non-GMO farms. Part of their company mission is to grow and source crops in a way that maintains soil health and mitigates environmental harm. All of their practices are traceable and they believe in 100% transparency, so anyone who enjoys their tomatoes can find out where they came from and how they were grown.
recyclable packagingAll packaging is recyclable including their BPA-free aluminum cans.
responsible sourcingTomatoes are sourced from their family farm and other spices and sugars are grown and harvested in the U.S. from non-GMO, organic farms.
low carbon footprintBecause First Field keeps their production in the U.S., they're able to cut down on transit time for their ingredients and products. This helps them lower their carbon footprint.
I cannot express this enough! I have had many brands of tomato sauce; Cento, etc and none have been this good. I can taste the freshness, and these tomatoes are IT. You give them a buy, I almost skipped them for the cost, but they are definitely worth it.