Eden Organic takes pizza and pasta sauces to the next level entirely. Made with only Heirloom tomatoes, these sources are WELL ahead of the game when it comes to fighting disease. Heirloom tomatoes are the types of tomatoes that grew before widespread genetic modification took place, and are far more antioxidant rich, especially once the skins are removed.
Eden brings us two gorgeous, thick and delicious pizza and pasta sauces. Hand cultivated and harvested organic heirloom Italian Roma and Napoli tomatoes from a fifth generation family farm, cooked with a bit of organic Eden extra virgin olive oil and sea salt, and all organic non-irradiated herbs and spices.
Just this. Pure. Delicious. Organic and truly healthful!
Use these sauces on keto pizzas, low carb and keto pastas, on your Newdles, Miracle Noodles or Barenaked Noodles. They are also versatile and can be used in casseroles, soups, stews, or even as a base for a dip!
Eden sauces use a BPA, BPS, and phthalate free lined can or protective amber glass to prevent light damage of nutrients and flavor components.
Italian Roma and Napoli plum tomatoes, from a fifth generation farm, are hand cultivated and harvested. Heirlooms are sweeter, have fewer seeds, deep colour, firmer flesh, and are more nutritious. Cooking them with a bit of organic Eden extra virgin olive oil and sea salt, and all organic, non-irradiated herbs and spices make for a delicious sauce.
Eden pizza and pasta sauces are made without processing aids or untoward additives - all ingredients declared and fully organic.
Eden pizza and pasta sauces are also entirely gluten free.
Nutrients and Antioxidants
EDEN Pizza Pasta Sauce contains lycopene, perhaps the most effective known antioxidant. Cooked tomatoes are the best source of lycopene. Over 600 carotenoid plant pigments are antioxidants. Red lycopene out performs them all in antioxidant ability. Cooked, deep red Roma and cherry tomatoes are highest in lycopene, and organic were even higher. Cooking with a bit of organic EDEN Extra Virgin Olive Oil increases lycopene absorption. Although lycopene is beneficial, it's not just lycopene that makes tomatoes healthy. In whole cooked tomatoes lycopene works with other phytonutrients and vitamins making it much more effective than isolated lycopene supplements.
John Erdman, professor of food science and human nutrition and of internal medicine at the University of Illinois said, "It has been unclear whether lycopene itself is protective. We believe people should consume whole tomato products in pastas, salads, in tomato juice, and even on pizza."