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Rao’s Specialty Foods, a market leader in the Super Premium sauce category brings its branded sauces to Foodservice for its USA and International customers. Rao’s sauces are convenient, time saving, all natural, competitively priced, and are available in 90oz/ 2550g cans.
Rao’s Food Service Line includes:
Rao’s Homemade® Marinara Sauce –
The simplicity of Rao’s all natural sauce is an ideal base for your favorite recipes. Rao’s classic slow-cooked tomato sauce is made with Italian tomatoes, olive oil, fresh onions, fresh garlic, and fresh basil.
Rao’s Homemade® Lemon Cooking Sauce –
The lemons of Southern Italy have long been used in Mediterranean cuisine for their refreshing citrus flavor and exceptional fragrance. The luscious lemons cultivated in this region between the scenic mountains and blue sea of the famous Amalfi coast are prized for their taste. Rao’s Specialty Foods’ Lemon Cooking sauce is a blend of Italian lemon juice, oil, wine vinegar, white wine, fresh garlic and herbs. This versatile sauce can be used for grilling, roasting, baking and broiling fish, shellfish, chicken, veal, pork or vegetables. Be transported to a lemon grove.
Produced in and imported from Italy.
Rao’s Homemade® Tomato Basil Sauce – The aromatic bouquet of fresh basil is combined with Italian tomatoes, fresh onions and garlic, to permeate the senses and awaken the taste buds.
Rao’s Specialty Foods was started over 20 years ago to share the wonderful flavors, aromas and recipes of Southern Italian cuisine. Simple recipes, fresh ingredients and extraordinary quality are the keys to its success.
Rao's Specialty Foods defines the criteria and maintains the quality standards for Rao's products. We strive to make cooking simple and easy so that family and friends can enjoy good food and memorable times with their loved ones.
Rao’s award winning pasta sauces start with naturally sweet, sun-ripened tomatoes imported from the fertile volcanic soils of southern Italy.
Rao’s slow-simmered sauces are made with the finest, all-natural ingredients. You can see and taste the difference that comes from using farm fresh basil, onions, garlic, peppers, eggplant, artichokes and other fresh vegetables.
Rao’s sauces do not contain added sugar, tomato paste, water, starches, fillers, or colors.
Rao’s premium sauce collection includes classic favorites such as Marinara, Vodka, 4-cheese, Tomato Basil, Garden Vegetable sauce, and regional Italian favorites including Arrabbiata, Puttanesca, Roasted Garlic, and Roasted Eggplant sauces.
Sensitive Formula Marinara Sauce (made without onions and garlic and lower sodium than Rao’s Marinara sauce), Pizza sauce, and Artichoke Sauce are some of our newest sauce flavors.
Rao’s sauces satisfy the burgeoning demand for natural food made from real, simple ingredients.
Rao’s sauces are a base for many quick and easy meal solutions. Rao’s Sauces are not only perfect for pasta, but they can be used for preparing classic dishes with seafood, steak, chicken, pork, bruschetta, soups, caponata, or serve with vegetables, rice, or polenta.
The Rao’s product line also includes Artisan Bronze Die-cut Pastas imported from Italy, Italian Peeled Tomatoes, "ready to serve" sweet Roasted Red Peppers, Signature Dressings, Lemon Cooking Sauce, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena IGP, White Balsamic Condiment and Organic Red Wine Vinegar.
Anna and Vincent Rao
1974, business had become so brisk that Vincent’s wife, Anna
Pellegrino Rao, brought her pots and recipes to the restaurant. Anna was an unlikely restaurant chef. She was as elegant as her husband was
deft touch improved all the traditional Italian
dishes and Rao’s became a favorite for a small
army of steady customers. Anna wondered how the family could bring this simple Southern Italian style cooking to the customers they couldn't fit into the tiny Rao’s Restaurant. It was Anna's wish that eveyone would someday be able to enjoy a good homemade marinara sauce, and in 1993 Rao’s Specialty Foods was formed.
Vincent Rao was a very different kind of man. Instead of tailored clothes and Waldorf haircuts, Vincent preferred a cowboy hat and casual clothes. He also preferred cooking in the kitchen at the saloon. He was born in 1907 in the house next door to the Rao’s Bar & Grill, and lived there all his life.