Bertolli Pasta Sauce at BJs

Bertolli® Pasta Sauces Reminds Us of Tuscany #BertolliTuscanTour

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Bertolli®.  The opinions and text are all mine.

This was my first time to shop at BJ’s. The trick for my family is to buy in bulk to save money while not wasting food. That’s the hard part but I want to teach my kids not to be wasteful. It’s also about gratitude. To me, not wasting food shows appreciation for what you are fortunate to have.

Bertolli Pasta Sauce at BJs

What I like about BJ’s is that there is a huge variety of items, and while there is bulk savings, the quantities are not overwhelming. Take Bertolli® Pasta Sauce. It’s a great deal at $5.79 for 3 bottles!

Bertolli Pasta Sauce at BJs

It’s also versatile. My teens are able to boil water — yay, that week at cooking camp is really paying off! — so they can cook frozen cheese ravioli as an after school snack and for packed lunches for school.

Bertolli Pasta Sauce at BJs In fact, they make one big batch after school for themselves and their friends, and then pack the leftovers for lunch the next morning. They are pretty picky about their red sauce, especially after sampling the epicurean delights of Tuscany on a recent trip last summer but the Bertolli® sauces remind them of our trip and therefore pass muster.

Bertolli® Pasta Sauces is celebrating its 150th anniversary. Founded in the small Tuscan town of Lucca, Italy, Bertolli® has been at the heart of Italian cooking and eating for 150 years with an emphasis on Italian values like La Familia — building strong family bonds through time spent around a dining table enjoying home cooking.
Bertolli Pasta Sauce at BJs

For more Tuscan inspired easy dinners, check out Bertolli’s® Pinterest Board or follow #BertolliTuscanTour on Twitter.


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Bertolli®. The opinions and text are all mine.

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom


  1. Nat

    LOL mine can boil water too, we shop at BJ\’s and I use Bertolli for my limited repertoire of pasta dishes 🙂