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Upcycled Pasta Sauce: Spicy Arrabbiata


18 oz box

Slow-cooked with fire-roasted garlic, onions, handfuls of fragrant basil, and crushed red pepper for a spicy kick. Click on this item to see the full description.

Description: This spicy arrabbiata sauce is slow-cooked with fire-roasted garlic, onions, handfuls of fragrant basil, and crushed red pepper for a spicy kick.

Each 18-ounce carton = 1 POUNDS  of greenhouse gases diverted, 0.4 POUNDS of vegetables diverted from landfill, and 50 GALLONS
of water saved.

Tomato Sauce [Plum Tomatoes, Tomato Paste, Fire-Roasted Garlic (Garlic, Water, Citric Acid), Salt], Tomato Puree (Filtered Water, Tomato Paste), Carrots, Onions, Olive Oil, Garlic, Salt, Basil, Black Pepper.

Free from the top 8 allergens (soy, milk, egg, tree nut, peanut, shellfish, fish, wheat)

Storage: Shelf stable until opened. Once open, refrigerate. 

Matriark Foods

Matriark was founded by colleagues who became friends and then business partners devoted to changing the food system for the benefit of people and the environment. Matriark Foods is a social impact business— inspired by the thousands of children Anna has worked with (including her 3 children and 3 grandchildren) — to scale access to healthy food for the benefit of people and the environment.  All Matriark products are Upcycled Certified, meaning that they have an auditable supply chain that proves their positive environmental impact. The impact of their products can be clearly measured. Upcycling is about doing more with less, and elevating all food to its highest and best use. Upcycled foods save energy and nutrition from going to waste. They keep the energy, the water, the land and the labor used to grow food — fully in the food system — for the benefit of the environment and people.

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