Tomatos For Restaurants
The tomato is an essential ingredient in any kitchen, much more so in the Mediterranean. Restaurant chefs use it to prepare multiple recipes and the tomato’s quality directly influences the flavour and characteristics of the final dish that is prepared.
Our tomatoes are imported directly from Italy, more specifically from the Salerno region which is adjacent to Mt Vesuvius. This area is ideally suited climatically and with its volcanic soil, makes the optimal environmental conditions for the cultivation of various types of tomato, especially the San Marzano, the only European PDO designated tomato. Awarded the Protected Designation of Origin for its unique qualities of aroma and flavour, which is stronger, sweeter and less acidic compared with other types. This is a versatile tomato that can be used in any application but due to its scarcity should be preserved for a Chef’s signature dish.
Our extensive portfolio of tomato products includes the following:
- Cherry tomatoes: Available in 400 g tin.
- Diced tomatoes: Available in 400 g tin and 2.55 kg tin
- Whole tomatoes: Available in 400 g tin and 2.55 kg tin
- Whole premium tomatoes: Available in 2.55 kg tin
- San Marzano PDO whole tomatoes: Available in 400 g tin and 2.55 kg tin
- Tomato passata: Available in 680 g bottle.
- Tomato paste in 28/30 brix: Available in 400 g tin and 2.2 kg tin
- Tomato pulp: Available in 10 kg bag in box.
Delivery to the Melbourne metro region, the Goldfields and the Yarra Valley.
More than 1,200 gourmet products which have been carefully selected considering its quality, nutrition, sustainability, and value. The result could only be the best ingredients from the Mediterranean and the world all within easy reach of our customers.
Campania Olive Oil was established in 1962 as a continuation of the family business as was operated by the Di Maria family,
Olive oil was their introduction into the Australian market and over time Campania developed a strong following with their compatriots. Later as the family’s activity increased they extended their portfolio as the Australian palate evolved. Campania was soon dealing in cheeses, rice, porcini, olives, pasta, tomato and antipasti to name a few.