Contadina, a brand name known to American families since WWI, began as a result of the German blockade in 1914. Finding themselves short of imported tomato supplies, three enterprising Italian immigrant families seized the opportunity and began producing tomato paste in White Plains, New York. In 1916, a member of one of these families discovered that the good soil and dependable climate of California made it better than Italy's Parma Valley and the Naples peninsula for growing tomatoes. Contadina has been growing tomatoes in California ever since.
"Contadina" has become so synonymous with tomatoes in the United States that few people know it is actually the Italian word for "woman of the fields." That's what inspired Contadina to put the "woman of the fields" on its classic can many years ago.
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