OLA.0300.0250 OLA.0300.0250

Tomato Vinegar


Net weight: 250 ml - 8.45 fl.oz

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UMAMI Tomato Vinegar is made by carefully acidifying the juice of fresh, ripe tomatoes. Only Italian tomatoes are used to make this fantastic vinegar. This fruity vinegar with a tomato aftertaste is ideal in all Mediterranean cuisines, combined with meat, fish and as a dressing for rich summer salads.

COD: OLA.0300.0250
EAN: 8052462860199
Nutritional values
Average values ​​for 100 gr
Energy value
82 kJ - 19 kcal
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0,9 g
of which sugars
0,9 g
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Tomato Vinegar. Origin of the tomato: Italy

Contains Sulphites.

Tips and curiosities of the tomolo

Did you know... Tomato vinegar is a condiment that has been part of people's lives in one way or another for generations. Its history, dating back to ancient times with the Greeks and Romans, is a good indication of its importance in the daily lives of our ancestors. Over time, tomato vinegar has become something unique and special for many Italians who still use it today. The process of making tomato vinegar has been perfected over the years thanks to improvements in the agricultural sector and the growing popularity of Mediterranean cuisine.

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Tomato vinegar: health benefits

Tomato vinegar is a natural product rich in healthy properties:

  • It contains antioxidants, essential vitamins and minerals that help our body function at its best.
  • Helps prevent cardiovascular disease and regulate blood pressure
  • Stimulates the immune system and aids digestion.
  • Thanks to its antibacterial properties, it also helps to reduce levels of 'bad' LDL cholesterol, thereby controlling the risk of cardiovascular disease and providing many other health benefits.

Recipes with tomato vinegar

Recipes using tomato vinegar are an important part of Italian cuisine. Tomato vinegar is a versatile ingredient that can be used in many different ways. It can be used as a dressing for salads, sauces and gravies, or added to braised meats and various pasta dishes. It can also be used as a marinade for fish or seafood before cooking. Many side dishes are prepared with tomato vinegar in combination with other ingredients such as mushrooms, peppers and onions. Adding the fresh aroma of tomato vinegar to the intense flavour of vegetables gives a special flavour to stews and soups. The versatility of Tomato Vinegar allows all lovers of Italian cuisine to experiment with fun and exciting new recipes and explore the wide range of traditional world-famous Italian flavours.

The production of tomato vinegar

The production of tomato vinegar is a traditional recipe that dates back many generations. The process involves the fermentation of tomato juice to produce the tomato vinegar we know today. Only the best tomatoes are used in this traditional recipe. They are carefully selected and washed by hand before being juiced. The resulting juice is added to a preparation containing yeast and sugar to encourage fermentation.

Comparing tomato vinegar with other types of vinegar: what are the differences?

Tomato vinegar is a unique condiment that not only adds an interesting flavour and aroma to recipes, but is also rich in nutrients. Here are some of the key differences between tomato vinegar and other types of vinegar:

  • Tomato vinegar is made by fermenting tomato juice or tomato paste, while balsamic vinegar is made by boiling grapes, wine or other acidic juices and then aging them to the right consistency. Finally, apple vinegar is made by fermenting apples (again without adding sugar).
  • Tomato vinegar, made from the freshest raw materials, is an environmentally friendly product. Its carbon footprint is lower than other similar products such as wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar. The production process also has a minimal environmental impact, as no electricity or gas is used in its manufacture.
  • Tomato vinegar is also slightly less acidic and sweeter than other types of vinegar.

In addition, the amount of water used in the production of tomato vinegar is significantly less than for most processed foods. The limited use of water in the process also helps to reduce over-consumption and waste, which are harmful to our planet. In summary, tomato vinegar is a safe and environmentally friendly food.