Le Conserve Della Nonna - Vegan Green Pesto, 185g

Le Conserve Della Nonna - Vegan Green Pesto, 185g
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Le Conserve Della Nonna - Vegan Green Pesto, 185g

Brand - Le Conserve Della Nonna
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Quick Description

Salty, aromatic, creamy, and fresh - it’s Le Conserve Della Nonna’s Vegan Green Pesto of course! Made in Italy and free from nuts, soy, and gluten.

Key Information

  • 100% Vegan Green Pesto
  • Free from Nuts & Soy
  • Gluten-Free
  • Made in Italy
  • High-Quality Ingredients

Product Overview

Introducing the amazing Vegan Green Pesto from Le Conserve Della Nonna!

This vegan twist on Nonna’s favourite recipe is bound to get your taste buds tingling! Made in Italy using only the finest high-quality ingredients, this classic Italian staple is a must-have in every vegan’s cupboard.

Many vegan pesto alternatives are made with cashew nuts, but not the Le Conserve Della Nonna Vegan Green Pesto! This authentic sauce is made using pine kernels (also known as pine nuts) which are actually a type of seed, meaning that it is completely nut-free and can be enjoyed by those with allergies.

Stir it into pasta, enjoy it atop crunchy bruschetta, dollop it on pizza - the possibilities really are endless with Le Conserve Della Nonna Vegan Green Pesto.


Basil 39%, Sunflower Seeds Oil, Water, Pine Kernels 5%, Garlic 4%, Salt, Vegetable Fibre, Natural Basil Flavouring, Acidity Regulator (Lactic Acid). Lactic Acid from Vegetable Origin.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is pesto and where does it come from?

Pesto is a classic Italian sauce made by blending basil leaves, oil, pine nuts, garlic, salt (and parmesan cheese in the non-vegan version.) It is a popular accompaniment for pasta, pizza, dips and even minestrone!

Pesto comes from Genoa, a port city located in the northwest Liguria region of Italy. There are many variations of pesto in existence, perhaps the most popular being pesto rosso (sundried tomato pesto.)