Recently, Barilla launched several "thicker, richer taste" jarred pasta sauces. Although the Montanara Mushroom & Garlic was not my favorite due to the lack of sufficient mushrooms in the first jar I tried, I will be trying a second jar in the near future, courtesy of the nice folks at Barilla customer service. However, in the meantime I popped open a jar of their Napoletana Roasted Garlic Sauce, and am much more impressed! This is a thick, rich red sauce with a pronounced garlic flavor when heated up. It is definitely thicker than the previous version of Barilla Roasted Garlic sauce. The ingredients are all natural and include diced tomato, tomato puree, onions, roasted garlic, sugar, olive oil, sunflower oil, salt, garlic, oregano, citric acid, parsley and black pepper - very close to how I might make sauce from scratch (except I wouldn't use the sunflower oil, and I would substitute a bit of red wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar for the citric acid). Bottom line, if you like garlic this is a nice base sauce for pastas or even using on homemade pizza.