Mixed baby tomatoes 300g

Mixed baby tomatoes 300g

SKU# FINTOMCHMIX300

Availability: In stock

£3.45

Over a year ago, we tasted lots of experimental varieties of cherry tomato to find our absolute favourites. Our vegetable boffins soon got to work planting the best ones. Now they’re all grown up - and just as sweet, juicy and flavoursome as we had hoped.

Alongside the classic red baby plums and cherry tomatoes, there’s two orange varieties called Panchito and Tango, and a russet-coloured cocktail tom called the Sun Chocolate. This sumptuous name is quite apt – this vibrant mix really does bring a splash of sunshine to your table.

Quick Overview

Over a year ago, we tasted lots of experimental varieties of cherry tomato to find our absolute favourites. Our vegetable boffins soon got to work planting the best ones. Now they’re all grown up - and just as sweet, juicy and flavoursome as we had hoped.



Alongside the classic red baby plums and cherry tomatoes, there’s two orange varieties called Panchito and Tango, and a russet-coloured cocktail tom called the Sun Chocolate. This sumptuous name is quite apt – this vibrant mix really does bring a splash of sunshine to your table.

Cooking

Extremely versatile – use fresh in salads, or use in sauces, soups and savoury dishes. Dry them to use in winter or use green tomatoes in chutney.

Try making your own fresh salsa by chopping them, adding red or fresh onions and a green herb, as well as a squeeze of lemon, vinegar and a bit of sugar, salt and pepper. It’s great with tortilla chips or on a courgette fritter.

Storage

Delivered from our farm, so wash before cooking. Best kept out of the fridge and on a cool veg rack. Underripe tomatoes can be kept at room temperature, very ripe in the fridge – but bring to room temperature before eating for flavour.

Season

Our season lasts from June to mid-September. The rest of the year tomatoes come from our Spanish growers.

Local isn’t always best! Many tomatoes are grown under heated glass out of season, at huge environmental cost. When we can’t grow tomatoes at home without heat, we truck over naturally sun-ripened ones from our grower Paco Locano in Spain. In a project with Exeter University, we discovered that this uses just a tenth of the carbon compared with growing them in the UK using heat.

Country of origin

Grown in the United Kingdom.

Class

Our tomatoes are sold as class 2. This means that they might not look cosmetically perfect, but they are grown for the very best flavour. (We have to tell you this to satisfy some EU rules).