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Miladora tomato paste
Calories, kcal: 84 Proteins, g: 1.5 Fats, g: 0.0 Carbohydrates, g: 19.4
Miladora's tomato paste (Nefis-Bioproduct JSC, Tatarstan, Russia), with a mass fraction of at least 25% of soluble substances, is packed in a transparent polymer jar with a reusable screw cap. An additional guarantee of the sterility of the product is a protective cardboard-polyethylene film located under the lid. The shelf life of the paste is 6 months from the date of manufacture. Package weight: 270 grams, 490 grams.
Calorie content of Miladora tomato paste
The calorie content of Miladora tomato paste is 84 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition of Miladora tomato paste
The product contains: water, tomato paste, sugar, thickener E1422, salt, acidity regulator acetic acid, natural flavoring "Tomato", preservative potassium sorbate. On the label, the manufacturer indicates the absence of GMOs in the paste.
The benefits and harms of Miladora tomato paste
In modern food production, thickeners, preservatives and acidity regulators are increasingly used. Thickeners obtained by modification from corn starch or potato starch provide a paste consistency (calorizator). Acetic acid acts as an acidity regulator and is successfully used in home canning. Thanks to the inclusion of preservatives with antimicrobial properties, the manufacturer seeks to slow down and completely stop the growth of molds. Such additives do not bring benefits, but neither do harm.
Contraindications of Miladora tomato paste
Due to the presence of food additives, Miladora paste is not recommended for use by allergy sufferers and in baby food. It should not be included in the diet of patients with stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers, gastritis, increased gastric acidity. Individual intolerance to the product may occur.
Miladora tomato paste in cooking
After opening the package, it is recommended to store tomato paste in the refrigerator (calorizer). Miladora pasta is used to make soups, sauces for main courses and meat, as well as pizza. Such dishes acquire a slight sourness and aroma of fresh tomatoes.