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I've been searching but for some reason, I can't find any info who actually makes it.
2 minutes of research and KRAFT shows up

 

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I would find a nice lady who lives on the northeast side of Milwaukee. My grandmother passed away many years ago, but you can still smell 'sauce' just by driving closer to Lake Michigan...
 

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I've been searching but for some reason, I can't find any info who actually makes it.
Dude, Mama Mia, make your own sauce. Get a hold of some San Marzano tomatoes. real tomato paste, a couple of decent bottles of red wine, garlic onions, some oregano, salt an pepper to taste and a really big pot.

Pro tip: One bottle of red goes into the sauce the other goes into your glass when you accomplished the mission.

Godspeed.
 

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Dude, Mama Mia, make your own sauce. Get a hold of some San Marzano tomatoes. real tomato paste, a couple of decent bottles of red wine, garlic onions, some oregano, salt an pepper to taste and a really big pot.

Pro tip: One bottle of red goes into the sauce the other goes into your glass when you accomplished the mission.

Godspeed.
Well yeah, but in a pinch, you know? In an SHTF scenario we can't be Grandma Gina


Warning: Mama Gina's cooking old school; not by the book. Works for her, but you never know...Check with your local extension for canning directions.

 

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Kraft is all over the world, and the website of Classico about them doesn't really say.
I just want to know which country actually makes it. I'm trying not to buy China if I can help it.
I guess, since it's only the USA who lists it - it's made in the USA.
 
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