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Corbarino Tomatoes VeroPop Collection 400g


Best before date: 31/12/2024

Getting their name from the hills of Corbara, in the province of Salerno, these Italianavera Corbarino tomatoes are intense red in colour, oblong shaped and typically bittersweet.

Something new to experiment with, and truly understand and appreciate the flavour each variety of tomatoes can bring to the table, their juice is slightly runnier than the other Italianavera tomatoes, and their skin thicker (great to be crushed alongside the pulp to keep all the flavour and taste). They particularly suit clams and seafood sauces. 

Grown, picked and processed in Campania, Italy. 


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DetailsEverything you need to know about this product.

Corbarino tomatoes are the main ingredient for the so called “vongole fujute” (escaped hen clams) sauce. This recipe is able to provide the sauce with a seafood aroma, even if hen clams are not featured at all!

Store in a cool dry place. After opening, store in an airtight container and consume within 2-3 days.

IngredientsSee a complete list of ingredients.

Corbarino Whole Peeled Tomatoes (60%), Corbarino tomato juice (40%). Grown, picked and processed in Campania, Italy.

Feast Italy takes every care to ensure that the information listed is accurate. However, we recommend always checking the packaging before use.  

Producer Learn more about who made this product.

Funded in 2013 by Diana Attinese, Italianavera is a company that since the very beginning had a clear vision: to produce and market the highest quality tomatoes from Italy. She didn’t stop there. Her products, and in particular the VeroPop collection, embody her vibrant personality, her passion and ethos, always aiming at the highest standards.

Italianavera is more than just tomatoes: it is a way of life, a story of passion, simplicity, and traditions. Rituals born over time, making these precious ingredients the heroes of so many Italian recipes.