Classic Vodka Tomato Sauce

6 reviews
Jar Goods Classic Vodka Tomato Sauce
6 reviews

Classic Vodka Tomato Sauce

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The sweet, slightly sharp bite of tomatoes harmonizes so well with luscious cream and smooth vodka, it’s got us singing. Or it would, if we weren't too busy eating.

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  • Gluten Free

You don’t have to be twenty-one to enjoy this velvety vodka sauce, but if you want to lie so there's more for you, we won't tell. Tomato and cream might not normally mix, but the alcohol weaves them together into a pinkish-orange combo that's a little sweeter, heavier, and sharper than classic tomato sauce. More, please.

Jar Goods is a female-fronted family business, founded to make real tomato sauces for real (and really conscientious) shoppers.
Tomatoes, Water, Cream, Onions, Olive Oil, Vodka, Contains 1% Or Less Of Each Of The Following: Garlic, Salt, Black Pepper, Citric Acid, Basil

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Making the sauce aisle more mindful

Jar Goods is out to disrupt things with a buyer-focused mission that expands sauce uses and leaves out artificial ingredients. Getting started with an old family recipe, they were selected for the Chobani Food Incubator in 2016. This bolstered their goal to improve the future of the food industry by making things more intuitive, more affordable, and better for the environment. They work with an organic co-packer and, even as a small business, have their eye on giving back to nature-focused nonprofits that benefit real people and the land that makes their food. The sauce aisle will never be the same.