I first started using Hunt's canned Roma tomatoes in both my pizzas and my pasta sauce years ago (around the time of the Frugal Gourmet,
when I first started getting interested in cooking (~1984)). Hunt's quit making it, and I went with their regular canned tomatoes which weren't very good.
Couple years ago I discovered "San Marzano" brand and they were a bit better. Then I watched a video posted somewhere here of a restaurant owner who did a taste test of about a dozen different brands, and my brand came in dead-last, in fact the chef said that "these aren't even real Roma tomatoes!"
Cento's did well in his test, and I could find them, and used them for the first time last weekend. Dayam, it's like cooking with a whole different vegetable! (or "fruit"?
I sure wasted a lot of years eating junk. Hope this organization starts going after the "parmesan" and "champagne" fakers next!