There’s a Tomato
Just for You!
We grow nearly endless varieties of tomatoes for your family to enjoy. Every kind of tomato is grown to suit a different eating occasion. Whether you’re looking for a healthy snack to enjoy while watching TV, a quick power-up before soccer practice, a juicy sandwich ingredient, or a sweet salad topping, there’s a Pure Flavor® Tomato grown just for you.
How to Pick Fresh Tomatoes
If you want to pick tomatoes that stay fresh and flavorful for longer, look for a few key characteristics including color, texture, consistency, sizes and varieties, and packaging quality. Greenhouse grown tomatoes are picked right before shipping to your local produce aisle, meaning you can find fresh tomatoes near you in every season.
Always look for bright, vibrant and consistent color when purchasing tomatoes. Vines should always be green.
Select tomatoes that are firm – not soft, but not hard either.
Greenhouse grown tomatoes are prized for their consistency and quality in flavor, texture, and color. Look for the little logo that says “Greenhouse Grown.”
Always inspect packs to make sure they’re properly sealed and product inside is consistent.
Snacking tomatoes come in different pack sizes to meet your family’s needs.
Different tomato varieties suit all sorts of different occasions. Try them all to discover your favorite flavors for every recipe.
Are tomatoes fruits or vegetables?
Tomatoes are technically fruit – berries, actually – because they are formed from a flower and contain seeds. Of course, in the culinary world they are vegetables!
What’s the Best Way to Store Tomatoes?
Tomatoes are one of a few fresh fruits and vegetables that should never be stored in the fridge, which affect flavor and texture.
What’s The Difference Between Cherry and Grape Tomatoes?
It’s all in the name! Grape tomatoes have a longer oval shape while cherry tomatoes are round like, you guessed it, cherries!
Health Benefits of Tomatoes
All types of tomatoes are full of important vitamins and nutrients you need to live a healthy lifestyle.
Tomatoes are one of the best natural sources of lycopene, a dietary antioxidant that can help your heart, brain and immune system work better.
Tomatoes are high in potassium, an essential mineral that helps your heart and muscles work properly. A balanced diet with potassium from fresh, healthy vegetables like tomatoes can help regulate blood pressure.
Are tomatoes high in Vitamin C? A single Beefsteak Tomato can give you more than a quarter of your daily recommended intake of this essential nutrient that can help support your immune system to fight off infection.
What Goes well with Tomatoes?
Herbs & Spices
- • Cilantro
- • Rosemary
- • Thyme
- • Paprika
- • Garlic
Meats & Cheeses
- • Mozzarella
- • Bacon
- • Ground Beef
- • Feta
- • Shrimp
Fruits & Veggies
- • Lemon
- • Baby Spinach
- • Red Onions
- • Romaine Lettuce
- • Sweet Potatoes
Pasta, Rice & Grains
- • Pasta
- • Rice
- • Tortillas
- • Quinoa
- • Focaccia Bread
Explore Tomato Recipes
See what creative dishes we are cooking up in the Pure Flavor® kitchen!
Next-Generation Vegetable Growing
Every morning, we get to work growing the freshest greenhouse vegetables for your family. Learn below how we grow endless varieties of tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers in a sustainable greenhouse environment.