Tomato Paste

The product is derived from fresh, sound, ripe Tomato fruits (Lycopersiconesculentum) obtained by mechanical process, practically free from any objectionable factor affecting the quality of the fruit. The product is prepared by thermal treatment to render it “commercially sterile “and completely free from any additives and any pathogenic microorganism and any other hazard.

Tomato Paste

Organoleptical, physical and chemical analysis:

Appearance : Uniform, homogeneous smooth, thick consistency, free from fibers and any foreign and extraneous matter.
Aroma & flavour : Characteristic prominent, well-expressed aroma of natural ripe Tomato and free from any offensive flavour.
Taste : Characteristic of natural ripe tomato. Free from any objectionable off taste and after taste.
TSS : 28° - 30° Brix
Colour : Blood Red
Acidity : Min. 2.00 ± 1.00 (As % anhydrous citric acid W/W)
pH at 20 ℃: 3.60 - 4.50
Consistency : ≤ 7.5 Cm / 30 Sec at 12° Brix [Bostwick at 20 ℃]
Black & Brown specks : ≤ 10 No. per 10 Gms
Total Plate Count : <10 CFU per gram.
Yeast and Mold : <10 CFU per gram.
E.Coli & Coliform : Absent
TAB : Absent
Pathogens : Absent
Howard Mold count : 50 % Max of the field
“Commercially sterile”, free from bacillus, osmophilic yeast, coliform and any other pathogenic microorganism and fit for human consumption. Product is free from added sugar, dyestuff, synthetic flavour, stabilizers, pesticidal & herbicidal residues and radioactive contamination.


Product is aseptically packed in pre-sterilized high barrier aseptic bags (228 ±2 Kgs), which are, placed in polythene bag in M.S drums with a thermocol pad below the lid.


80 Drums per 20 ft. container palletized or unpalletized.


18 Months storage at room temperature and 24 Months storage at 4- 8 °C from the date of production.


AIJN Code of practice – Reference Guide for Tomato; Rev Jan 2016.