Reggano Sauces Traditional Pizza Sauce

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For years, I’ve never seen pizza sauce in my local Aldi stores. So while I could buy everything else to make pizza at Aldi, from crusts or flour and yeast to cheese, pepperoni, and other toppings, I’d have to buy ready-made pizza sauce at other stores, or consider making it using canned Aldi tomato products and spices.

However, some people on Aldi social media pages or on message threads like reddit have claimed their local Aldi stores do sell pizza sauce. I saw the claim often enough to know that there really must be Aldi stores out there that stock it, but my local stores were not among them.

Finally, things changed when I recently spotted jarred pizza sauce during my weekly Aldi run. It was stocked on the room temperature shelves near the pasta, sauces, and pizza-making supplies such as pepperoni and pizza crusts.

Reggano Sauces Traditional Pizza Sauce

I don’t know for certain yet, but Reggano Sauces Traditional Pizza Sauce appears to be a Regular Buy, which means you should be able to find it in stores all the time. The price label on the shelf indicated it’s a new product.

This cost $1.19 for a 14-ounce jar at my local store at the time of writing. That’s about 6 cents per ounce.

For comparison, a 14-ounce jar of Classico pizza sauce cost about 19 cents per ounce at Walmart at the time of writing, while a 14-ounce jar of Great Value pizza sauce cost about 11 cents per ounce at the time of writing. That makes the Aldi sauce a good deal.

Reggano Sauces Traditional Pizza Sauce

Nutrition information and ingredients. (Click to enlarge.)

Ingredients are tomato puree (water, tomato paste), soybean oil, and 2% or less of garlic, parsley flakes, salt, and spices. It would be helpful to know what “spices” are in this. I do appreciate that this contains no added sugar, though, as there are other pizza sauce brands that do contain extra sugar.

One jar contains about seven 1/4-cup servings. One serving has 40 calories, 1.5 grams of total fat (2% DV), 260 mg of sodium (11% DV), 5 grams of total carbohydrates (2% DV), 1 gram of dietary fiber (4% DV), 2 grams of total sugars, no added sugars, and 1 gram of protein.

The jar states that this should be refrigerated after opening if you don’t use all of it at once.

Reggano Sauces Traditional Pizza Sauce

Sauce spread on pizza dough.

I made a family favorite — homemade pizza made with the crust recipe on the back of the Aldi yeast packet — and I topped the crust with this sauce along with cheese and turkey pepperoni.

Reggano Sauces Traditional Pizza Sauce

Pizzas ready to eat.

Our pizzas turned out well using this sauce. This doesn’t taste as sweet as the name-brand Classico pizza sauce I usually put on my homemade pizzas, but Classico contains a small amount of added sugar. As mentioned above, I like how the Aldi sauce doesn’t have any added sugar. I’d be fine buying this Aldi pizza sauce again.

The Verdict:

Reggano Sauces Traditional Pizza Sauce is a new product at our local stores. For a long time, Aldi has sold pizza crusts, yeast packets with a pizza recipe, and all kinds of toppings for homemade pizza. The only thing that was missing was ready-to-use pizza sauce, so we’re glad to finally see this product on the shelves. We’re also happy that this sauce contains no added sugar. This sauce is ideal for pizza, calzones, or whatever else you want to make with it.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at

One Comment

  1. I am anxious to try this but won’t get my hopes up. I have tried numerous brands and have only found 2 that I like – Ragu and Mids.

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