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First time Maitlin figured out what the name she thought these came from the North Pole. Santa Clause in the tomato business lol... It's a rare occasion that we don't have these on hand in my house. They make a nice snack and go well with just about anything!

At Santa Sweets, we're known for our exclusive grape tomatoes which are the sweetest and the best of its class. But we also offer UglyRipe Tomatoes® - a heirloom variety that has quickly become a favorite among chefs and consumers alike. And this is just the beginning.

Our focus is on flavor. We hand pick the best in premium varieties and then we perfect our innovative growing practices so you can count on consistent quality year round - that tastes great every time. Look for our Santa Sweets or UglyRipe Tomatoes brand label at your local supermarket.

http://www.santasweets.com/home.php

:) Nikko

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Santa Sweets Tomatoes
First time Maitlin figured out what the name she thought these came from the North Pole. Santa Clause in the tomato business lol... It's a rare occasion that we don't have these on hand in my house. They make a nice snack and go well with just about anything! Santa Sweets is known for their exclusive grape tomatoes which are the sweetest and the best of its class. But they also offer UglyRipe Tomatoes® - a heirloom variety that has quickly become a favorite among chefs and consumers alike.

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shantihhh's picture
Actually Sungold is sweeter. It was developed by the Japanese for Brix/sugar. BTW you should never put tomatoes in the refrigerator it breaks down the sugar! The tomato Lady
Ginny69's picture
Hey Shantihhh thanks for the tip about the tomatoes I like your advice about food
Yolanda's picture
Love to eat plain tomatoes sprinkled with a bit of salt, garlic and olive oil
shantihhh's picture
Hey if you love tomatoes-join the Tomato Fest 2007 group. That is where our chefs will be sharing recipes from the Tomato Fest and other surprises. I had a bacon-avocado-lettuce-mayo on SF Sourdough bread for lunch. Used a big Russian Ox Heart heirloom YUMMMMM and it never saw a refrigerator!