Customer Comments

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34 Comments

  • the recipe for which I would use Spatini is about 30 years old. I would like to use it once again but before that I need to know the content size (in ounces or tablespoons) as it was then packaged. thanks.

  • I will put this information on our front page so that everyone can access it easier. It is actually listed in the spatini recipes page.

    The amount of Spatini in the old smaller packs that came 3 to a box was 0.8oz which is equal to 8 tsps. This is also equal to 2 tbsp + 2 tsp or 40 ml.

    I hope this information helps you out.

  • Ciscogirl217 on November 28, 2010 at 11:06 pm     Reply

    Thank God I stumbled across this. Our family makes spatini hot dogs hor derves for the holidays and we havent’ been able to find this in the stores for the past few years. We heard it was not being manufactured anymore. This is going to make an excellent gift! Thank you!!!

  • Katie Dickerson on December 4, 2010 at 11:24 pm     Reply

    My sister who lives in California, asked me to bring her Spatini. Our Mom used this in spaghetti sauce, meatloaf, etc. I couldn’t find it anywhere in Florida (we grew up in Maryland). Now I know it is no longer available in stores–so I sent it to her for her Christmas present! Thank you so much for making it available!!

  • My mother used to use Spatini Spaghetti Sauce mix many years ago in New York and everyone raved about her spaghetti!! Now I live in another state and can not find Spatini. I was overjoyed to find this website! Lawry’s and McCormick’s is crazy not to sell this in stores. This is the best!! I would never use Lawry’s or McCormick’s spaghetti sauce mix. If I can’t get Spatini, I just make my own from scratch but now I won’t have to. Thank you Spatini!!!!

  • just got my package of spatini. can’t wait, followed directions, but i’m using 28 oz can of crushed. so i used what was called for in the pint. but used 1 cup of water and 1 tsp extra spatini . olive oil to saute onions, garlic, green pepper. put it all together and that is some sauce. made my balls too with 1tbsp of spatini. fried them and put them in. sorry dominics (arthur ave bronx ny) i got you beat, my sauce my balls, outstanding. now i know my nonnas secret. just the way she made them in the late 60’s and 70,s i thought i would never have them again. but i was wrong.

  • My neighbor and best friend and I were talking about spaghetti sauces and she said that she made the best back in the day because of Spatini. She also said that she will never forgive them for taking it off the shelves and her spaghetti sauce just isn’t what it was with Spatini. Little does she know that I found this site and ordered 2 bags, 1 for her as a surprise and 1 for me to try. She is going to be so excited! I can’t wait to get it!

  • That is great Kathy! Let us know how the surprise turns out!

  • did your webste name change, or is it just me. went to spatini.com and it was not you.
    I BUY ONLY FROM YOU.
    David

    • No we did not change. I wish I had Spatini.com! When we looked at starting this only Spatini.info was available. Thanks!

  • suzanne on June 23, 2011 at 3:08 pm     Reply

    As a child my mother used spatini sauce for her chili. It was the rave back then. Today my father has been asking if it is at all possible to get that chili recipe that used to come in the boxes. He said it came with a recipe booklet.

  • Geriann on June 25, 2011 at 6:28 pm     Reply

    Awesome customer service. I ordered Spatini in the afternoon on Friday and already received my package on Saturday- less than 24 hours later. Thanks so much and I can’t wait to use Spatini

  • As I went to the grocery store today I thought of Spatini and how much I missed it. I grew up in Maryland and could not believe it when it was no longer available. I thought it had been sold to Unilever based on an Internet search several years ago. Just grateful someone found a way to buy/sell for the consumer. I’ll try to spread the word. Thanks.

  • Mindy Reichard on August 21, 2011 at 5:11 pm     Reply

    I love this stuff. It was my secret ingredient passed down from generations. I am going to stock up

  • Bonnie Weiss on October 7, 2011 at 2:10 pm     Reply

    THANK YOU for making Spatini available! For years my mother in Maryland would send me packages with my Christmas gifts, knowing I couldn’t find it in Georgia. I was devastated when the small boxes of three packages were no longer available. I depleted my “stock” recently and haven’t been able to find another spaghetti sauce, dry mix or in a jar, that can come close to the flavor of Spatini. I can’t wait to have it back in my cupboard again!

  • my sister told me about this site. I am so glad I can order Spatini! It was ALWAYS our spaghetti sauce growing up. I am in my 30s and haven’t found anything close in years…

  • I used to buy Spatinti brown gravy mix all the time, but can no longer find it. I would use the gravy mix in my peppered steak . It was so good. My family loved it. Where can Ifind it now.

  • Who make Spatini now? Lawry’s or McCormick’s. The last time I brought it it was distributed by Spatini Italia Foods Co, Unilever,Englewood Cliffs,Nj

  • Why can’t I order via the telephone?.

  • I have been using Spatini since 1963 and thought I’d always be able to buy it.

    I used it for my sauce, but now I use it for my meatballs. I had a friend in Pennsylvania send me 6 boxes as I couldn’t find it in Dallas, Texas, when I moved back here. Anyway, i ran out and yesterday I made meatballs for my son and tried to substitute some other Italian seasoning he gave me to use. They were just not my meatballs. Reminds me of Deborah on Everyone loves Raymond who wanted to make Marie’s meatballs and Marie, not wantiing to give her the recipe, substituted another herb.

    Is there anyway I can call you and give my credit card number. I never order online as I don’t like to use my number online.

    Anway, I’m so dissapointed and I do know that I phoned the company several years back concerning purchasing. I no longer have the number. I really miss Spatini and my meatballs can never be the same without it. Please help me.

  • YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
    Spatini I found you at last
    I am so happy to find this web site my mother used Spatini in so many dishes
    I have missed it for years!!!
    I just want to say
    Sprinkle to taste people!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Don’t worry about the measurements OMG!!!
    Cooking is not a science-just be happy!!!!

  • Mary Theresa on August 26, 2012 at 7:47 pm     Reply

    Glad to have spatini back but can anyone tell me if it is gluten free?

  • Bill Tilghman on January 26, 2013 at 1:32 am     Reply

    On your FAQ’s page please list how many tablespoons/teaspoons were in the original foil packages. My recipe calls for either one or one and one half packs. Thanks!

  • It appears it has been a while since anyone posted here, and I surely hope it is still monitored. I’m searching for an Italian Meatloaf that used to be on the box when I was a youngster. It was soooo good. But the only ingredients I can remember were rye bread and spatini. Does that recipe still exist somewhere? Thank you.

  • OMG! This is fantastic! I loved, loved, loved Spatini and can’t wait to have it again! What a wonderful find:)

  • Manuel Gonzalez on April 27, 2013 at 12:55 pm     Reply

    Spatini is a unique and delicious product. I thank this site for keeping us Spatini lover’s going. My wife makes Chicken Millicent in the crockpot. When we tell friends of Spatini, they can’t believe there is a powder that makes great tomato sauce. And ONLY Spatini can be used in many receipe’s.
    We use it when we go camping.

  • Mary Woyick on January 14, 2015 at 7:26 pm     Reply

    I wish you would Please put it back out there for consumers to buy like before.
    From the response mail I have read, it was greatly used and enjoyed.
    You know that old saying “if its not broke don’t fix it”, well if people are using it and enjoying it, why in the world would you stop making it for the common people.

  • How do you store unused Spatini? CAN IT BE FROZEN? I recently purchased four of the large 15 ounce packages and I won’t be using all of it right away. Thanks for your help!

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