Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera is my favorite in the Ragu Chunky line. The Vegetable Primavera one is also the best store bought spaghetti sauce in my opinion. Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera does not contain high fructose corn syrup, and it does contain a full serving of vegetables in a half cup.
Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera is the only spaghetti sauce I’ve tried that includes chunks of real zucchini and carrots. I never add zucchini to my homemade spaghetti sauce, but I love it in the Ragu.
I’m not Italian, but I used to eat the Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera with a big plate of spaghetti, an Italian favorite, almost every day before going running. But since I cut down on gluten and don’t run often, I prefer to eat it with rice pasta shells or Shirataki (tofu noodles). Using tofu noodles makes it a Skinny Italian dish.
Here are a few things to know about the Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera:
No. 1: Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera calories: The sauce has 80 calories in a half cup. If you eat it with an entire package of Shirataki (tofu noodles), that’s only 120 calories total. That’s certainly a Skinny Italian alternative!
No. 2 Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera nutritional facts: One half cup has 2.5 grams of fat, 490 mg sodium, 13 grams of carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 8 grams of sugar and 2 grams of protein.
No. 3: Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera ingredients: tomato puree, diced tomatoes, zucchini, carrots, onion, sugar, soybean oil, celery, green peppers, salt, spices, garlic powder and natural flavors and other ingredients.
No. 4: Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera is a natural source of Lycopene. The Ragu has no artificial additives or preservatives.
No. 5 Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera is made by Unilever in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. One glass jar of Ragu is 1 pound and 10 ounces or 737 grams. A jar contains about 6 servings.
For taste, I give the Ragu Super Vegetable Primavera five out of five stars. For nutrition, it gets 4.5 out of 5. It’s a tad high in sugar, but sometimes that’s necessary, I’ve heard, to help the tomato sauce have a less acidic taste.
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