Sweet Little Cherry Tomatoes
Cherry tomatoes are miniature sizes of the real deal and pack just as powerful of a punch of healthy nutrients. Our Tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamins A and C, and a good source of vitamin K and potassium.
Pollutant and pesticide free.
Nutritional and Health Benefits
Sweet and portable, cherry tomatoes add more than color to your dinner salad. Although technically a fruit, nutritionally cherry tomatoes more closely resemble a vegetable. That means they're low in calories and rich in a number of nutrients that are good for your health.Cherry tomatoes are chock full of vitamins and minerals that promote excellent health. They are packed with vitamin C, which plays a major part in many body functions.
Ideas to enjoy and Storage
- Cheery tomatoes taste delicious raw
- Sauté on the stove with garlic and olive oil to serve as your veggie side dish.
- Cherry tomatoes also make good roasted and grilled veggies, seasoned with salt, pepper and olive oil.
- Or simply eat them right out of the bowl as a sweet and nutritious snack.
- Cherry tomatoes generally preferred in salads and gentle stir-fries especially in Mediterranean, Greek, Italian cuisines.
- Cherry tomatoes dressed with vinaigrette relished in appetizer and sandwiches.
- They complement well with other vegetables like brussel sprouts, olives, bell peppers and eggplant.
How to store Cherry Tomatoes
- For the best flavor you should eat your Cherry tomatoes within three to five days.
- To help retain flavor, store your Cherry tomatoes in a shady spot on your kitchen counter.
- Best NOT to put them in the refigerator (unless they start getting soft after a few days)