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Fresh tomatoes are a fruit (a berry, actually) with a subtle sweetness complemented by a slightly bitter, acidic taste. Widely popular and versatile to cook with, fresh Del Monte® Bon Bon® Grape Tomatoes and Roma Tomatoes can be used in soups, in pizza, pureed, on sandwiches and hamburgers and in many recipes. Heck, they’re so versatile some people like to throw ’em, but we think that’s a waste of a good bruschetta.

  • Excellent source of vitamins A, C and K
  • Good source of vitamin E, thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, magnesium, phosphorous and copper
  • Very good source of dietary fiber, potassium and magnesium

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how to Select

Pick tomatoes that are rich in color, which indicates that the tomato has a great supply of lycopene, the health-promoting phytonutrient red pigment. Do not select tomatoes that have wrinkles, cracks, bruises, soft spots or puffiness. Ripe tomatoes will yield to slight pressure and have a noticeably sweet fragrance.

how to pRepaRe

With a sharp knife, remove the white core of the tomato around the stem. Slice or quarter as desired.

how to StoRe

Do not refrigerate tomatoes or put them in the sun. Store upside down on the stem end at room temperature. To ripen them quickly, place tomatoes in a paper bag.