Napolina tomatoes are grown in the south of Italy, an area which enjoys around 2,500 hours of sunshine every year. Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, it is these conditions that allow our farmers to pick the best quality fruit from under the Italian sun.
Napolina tomatoes are canned in the Puglian province of Foggia, which is the largest tomato growing region of Italy. Foggia itself is known as ‘Il Tavoliere’ (The Table) due to being a naturally elevated plain just above sea level, allowing the breeze to regulate the heat of the sun.
The sourcing of Napolina tomatoes from local farmers not only ensures their freshness when they get to our processing site in Foggia but it also enables us to invest in our local community.