I never used their puree, but you can get it by the case, delivered for free, for as low as $17.68 for 12. Amazon's description says "Product of Italy" but I think that may be a mistake.
The 28 oz cans of Cento purees I found in the store,it does not say Italy,or product of Italy anywhere on the label.It is still very good,its better than most of the other stuff I have tried already.If there is a puree with product of Italy on it,I have never seen it around these stores.
That aside,I made another pizza yesterday with the 28 oz Centos Italian style peeled tomatoes with basil leaf.I used my hand held mixer to sort of chop/puree up the tomatoes.I did not strain anything.Dumped all the can contents into a bowl,puree a little bit,and add little salt to taste.
Holy hell,it was super good.All I did was add a little more salt,thats all.It was wonderful on the pizza I made,super tomatoey tasting and got a little sweeter on the pie.For some,it may not be spiced up or sweet enough,but for me,I was testing this stuff to see how it would work without the usual spices I use and I'm very impressed.It is a tad bit watery this way,but does not seem to affect anything.
It may be more ideal for a Nea style pie,and I was making sort of a hybrid Ny style politan wanna be.That said,I love how nice this stuff tastes with just a little puree mixing and salt.