It looks like they gave you three cans, and they do make three versions of varying viscosity. Maybe they gave you one of each? In general I tend to prefer the sauce that is closest to the consistency that I would ultimately like for my pizza.
Beware of frozen tomatoes. I can never seem to get the same flavor or texture after a freeze.
I definitely got three cans of Bonta, or purchased one afterwards, but the only Escalon I remember finding on my cash & carry searching was the 6 in 1's.
One is the Bonta 1.09 Xtra Heavy Puree.
I've read or heard that after the freeze (or even getting refrigerated) there are specific starches that crystallize and don't come back on a thaw. Maybe from Alton Brown?
But I can't eat five #10 cans of tomato in a week, no matter how hard I try! And part of my testing is to see how well some of these products handle freezing. Freezing is preferable to recanning. If they'd just make them in 28 oz. cans for small operations (and home use)..........
BTW, the La Regina San Marzano's in the green can were so crappy in comparison that I discarded the rest of the can, and am giving the remaining three I have to the local food pantry. I've had them almost a year, so it makes me wonder how old they were when I got them.