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Sun-dried tomatoes are ripe tomatoes that lose most of their water content after spending a majority of their drying time in the sun.

These tomatoes are usually pre-treated with sulfur dioxide or salt before being placed in the sun in order to improve colour and appearance.

Typically, tomatoes spend 4–10 days in the sun in order for the sun-drying process to be complete.

Cherry tomatoes will lose 88% of their initial (fresh) weight, while larger tomatoes can lose up to 93% during the process. As a result, it takes anywhere from 8 to 14 kilograms of fresh tomatoes to make a single kilogram of sun-dried tomatoes.

After the procedure, the tomato fruits will keep their nutritional value.

The tomatoes are high in lycopene, antioxidants, and vitamin C.

The final products may contain up to 2–6% of salt and could provide a significant contribution to the day's intake.

Sun-dried tomatoes can be used in a wide variety of recipes.

Sun-dried tomatoes may also be preserved in olive oil, along with other ingredients such as rosemary, basil, dried paprika, and garlic.


1 Kilogram
  • Dried tomatoes in sunflower oil.


    • Tomatoes 55%
    • Sunfloer oil 39%
    • White Vine Vinegar (SULFUR DIOXIDE
    • Salt
    • Garlic
    • Parsley
    • Chili
    • Natural Flavouring
    • Acidity Regulator E330
    • Antioxidant E300

    May contain traces of:

    • FISH
    • MILK and products thereof,
    • CELERY
    • LUPIN



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