My New Favorite Marinara Sauce Has No Added Sugar & High Quality Ingredients

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jar of farm to fork marinara

Need a recommendation for a delicious marinara sauce?

Dinner time comes together quickly with pantry staples like pasta sauce. Having a few jars of marinara sauce on hand can be a lifesaver for busy evenings, and something my family uses often to create easy dinner ideas.

pouring marinara over ground meat in a skillet

Pasta’s New BFF has arrived!

Here’s a new brand you should look for, available now in Meijer stores, called FarmToFork™ pasta sauce. (Head here to see where it is available near you.) I recently got to try this delicious sauce made from high quality non-GMO ingredients, and it’s SO GOOD! I was really impressed as I’m super picky about pasta sauce.

Last night I made a quick spaghetti dinner using the FarmToFork Marinara Sauce, and we all loved the classic and natural flavors of this fantastic sauce.

making spaghetti with farm to fork marinara

FarmToFork has fresh ingredients grown in the California’s Central Valley, and I thought it was lightweight, and very yummy. You could taste the onion, garlic and basil. I also love that this sauce doesn’t have any added sugar, yet was not bitter at all and very balanced. So if you’re eating keto, this marinara sauce is a great option!

jars of farm to fork marinara

Reasons I LOVE FarmToFork:

  • Vine-ripened tomatoes are picked at their peak and packed within 4-8 hours after harvest.
  • Sauces are crafted using non-GMO premium ingredients from sustainable family farms in Central California.
  • There’s no artificial flavors or colors, added sugar, and the sauce tastes delicious!

spaghetti made with farm to fork pasta marinara

Want to try before you buy?

Head to Meijer stores nationwide on October 6th for a free sample of FarmToFork sauce. You can also check here to find a location near you. I’ve spotted this sauce at my local Target, and other grocery stores.

This post is sponsored by FarmToFork. These sponsored posts help us keep Hip2Save free for our readers, so thank you for reading and supporting these brands.

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About the writer:

Lina has a Bachelor's Degree from Northern Arizona University with 11 years of blogging and photography experience having work featured in, Martha Stewart, Country Living, Fox News, Buzzfeed, and HGTV.

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Comments 22

  1. Julie

    Hi Lina, Thank you for this post. I just found out recently how much sugar is added to these sauces. We have a Meijer near by. Do you remember the approx cost of these jars? I’m looking forward to trying them.

    • Monica

      All you need to make your own sauce is tomato puree. I’ve made my own sauce for over twenty years. Just add onion powder, garlic powder, italian seasoning, parsley, and black pepper. It is so easy. Simmer for just a few minutes.

      • Tammy

        Great idea, never even thought of making my own.

        • LJfromNJ

          OMG!! I’m Italian and have never thought of buying red “gravy” as we call it! LOL!

    • thrift

      $6.99 at Harris Tetter in Raleigh, NC.

    • grandmat57

      $5.98 at Walmart SuperCenter.

    • Jess

      Holy moly! It better be good for that price!

      • Bex

        So true Monica! Thanks for the reminder.

  2. joni shandle\\

    no where in NY NJ or CT

    • Rhea

      So typically, I don’t even care for marina sauce. Found this brand at Ollies for $2.29! Needed the sauce to cook over some chicken spinach artichoke lasagna rolls (freezer section at Aldi’s—add sauce & microwave—MUST try). This was so delicious that I want to impress ALL my family & friends, have everyone over and prepare this dish! They’ll be so impressed — because I never cook! Ollies out of product, so trying to locate elsewhere. Thanks for the info!

  3. grandmat57

    My Walmart SuperCenter has it! I’m going to try it! 😋😋😋

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great I think you’ll love it!

  4. Lase

    Costco also has an organic tomato sauce called Victoria organic sauce. Everything is organic from the tomatoes, which is important, to the garlic and even basil. No sugar and doesn’t have that acidic tomato sauce a lot of them usually have. It is huge too, 40oz/2.5lbs. It comes in a 2 pack and sells for like $10 normally but is on sale for $7.99 I think. This is the best I’ve ever bought to be honest.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for the suggestion!

    • betsyrockwell

      I will have to try it. But on another note- don’t be fooled by “organic” on a label. All tomatoes are organic. The opposite of organic is inorganic; Rocks are inorganic.

      • terri

        No…organic tomatoes are synthetic pesticide and fertilizer free; non organic tomato growers can use synthetic pesticides.

  5. Sara

    Even if it is available near me, I wouldn’t buy it because it has onions. I can’t stand the texture of onions. I can tolerate the flavor, but it isn’t something that I would seek out. Prego Three Cheese is the only brand and variety that I could find that didn’t have onions or chunks of something else. I don’t like chunky sauces.

    Does anybody know of any other brands and varieties that don’t have onions or other chunks?

    • MamaBear

      Make your own. Very easy

      • MamaBear

        You could also just blend the sauce in a blender and you have the flavor but no chunks

  6. nita

    There’s an amazing organic sauce I’ve been buying for years at Marshall’s n TJ Maxx.. sells for $2.99.. originally $5.99.. they have all different varieties. The label just says organic tomato sauce

  7. chantelrebecca1

    I make my own pasta sauce once a month. I load it up with veggies that I quickly chop op using my food processor. Saute all the veggies( I like zucchini, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, carrots, celery and garlic), add puree canned organic tomatoes and add them in, usually about 6 of the 28 oz cans, add herbs and salt and let it simmer for an hour. Then I put it in Mason jars with an inch headspace or Ziploc baggies and I freeze it to use for the whole month or more.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Wow that sounds awesome – thanks for sharing!

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