What is this product called?


I’m trying to find all the nutritional info for this product, that is very common in my country.

It looks like this, and the content is pasteurized:

  • bell peppers
  • egg plant
  • tomato concentrate
  • sunflower oil
  • garlic
  • salt

What do Americans call this?


It’s called Ajvar everywhere because it is a Serbian condiment. (Looks a little like italien pesto, but guess it is different)

I only ever heard about it from you, but a google search told me as much.

And google translate as sources

Only nutrional facts I could find were very basic with calorie distribution and vitamin C and A being mentioned.


Ajvar is unfortunately not commonly consumed in the US. Where it is served, I’ve only ever seen it called ajvar.


The nutritional info also widely differs, even if the content is the same.

Some list zero vitamins A and C, while with others the amount of those vitamins is significant.

Also, I think that pasteurization destroys vitamin C, as it is very heat sensitive?