Meru Tomato & Basil Sauce

Meru Tomato & Basil Sauce

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This mouth-watering tomato and basil sauce is the store cupboard essential you wonder how you ever did without! 
The rich, fertilevolcanic soil on the slopes of Mount Kenya has allowed farmers to grow the most succulent fruits and vegetables for decades. Meru Herbs has captured the identity, vitality and taste of the region in their delicious range of sauces. These all-natural sauces are made in small batches and have an incredibly fresh taste in every jar, with no artificial preservatives ever added into the mix 
This particular sauce has a blend of only the juiciest red tomatoes and fresh basil leaves, giving it an aromatic and flavoursome taste. This sauce is perfect for pastas, used as pizza bases or spread on bread with oil for a side dish with Mediterranean vibes. 


Meru Tomato & Basil Sauce 295g

Ingredients: Tomato (64%), tomato puree, sunflower oil, onion salt, garlic, sugar, fresh basil (5%). 

No ingredients contain allergens In making this product we have taken steps to minimise cross-contamination with nuts, sesame seeds, milk soya and cereals containing gluten. 

Store in a cool dry place.

Refrigerate after opening then consume within 3 days.

Nutrition Information Per 100g  
Energy 426kJ/103kcal  
Fat 7.6g  
of which saturates 0.870g  
Carbohydrate 7.3g  
of which sugars 5g  
Protein 1.510g  
Salt 485mg/0.48g  
Best Before: 31 Jul 2023

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Meru Herbs

Meru’s herbal teas are grown along a stretch of the Kithino river in Kenya. They’re passionate about growing their high-grade herbs as naturally, organically, and ethically as possible. Everything that sprouts is grown in perfect balance with people and the earth.

Meru Herbs offers secure long-term livelihoods for growers in the local area, buying their greens in return for a fair price. They support the growers with training, raise the profile of women growers, and educate local communities about the importance of organic farming methods. At the moment they’re focusing on creating exceptionally fair and hand-harvested teas, sauces, jams, and chillis – but who knows what they’ll grow next?