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Tomato Cherry (Vine & Bunch)

15.00د.إ/pkt (500g)

The tomato cherry is a kind of little round tomato accepted to be a middle hereditary admixture between wild currant-type tomatoes and tamed nursery tomatoes. Tomato Cherry range in size from a thumbtip up to the size of a golf ball, and can go from circular to marginally oval fit as a fiddle.

Tomato Cherry Mix – Shaker


Its also known as Tomato Shaker, Tomato Meli Melo, Tomato Cherry Mix


Tomato Cherry Red

4.00د.إ/Pkt 1x250gm

Tomato Cherry Yellow

7.75د.إ//Pkt 1x250gm

Origin: UAE / Australia Taste: More sweeter than tomato cherry red Shape: Its has lemon color skin with yellow flesh inside. Tomato cherry yellow apart from delicious taste its enhancing your food presentation.


Tomato Heirloom

125.00د.إ /CTN 3.5kg to 4kg per Ctn

An heirloom tomato is an open-pollinated, non-hybrid heirloom cultivar of tomato.


Tomato Kumato



Kumato™ tomatoes ripen from the inside out, their color changing naturally from dark brown to a golden green, and they are unique in that they are edible in all stages of ripeness. When dark brownish-red with no green in sight, the flavor is mild and is best used for cooking. When brownish in color and brushed with red, these tomatoes are at the peak of flavor, and when brownish with a slight green overcast, they are at their ideal eating stage. They are juicy with a firm texture, and they have a higher brix level, or fructose content, than that of traditional red tomatoes, resulting in their extraordinarily sweet, complex flavor, which is succulent and also slightly tart. Kumato™ tomatoes are perfectly round in shape and are about the size of a golf ball, and they grow on indeterminate or vining plants, which are often recommended for caging or staking.


Ethnic/Cultural Info

The actual name of the tomato variety, which originated in Spain, is called “Olmeca”. Kumato™ is the registered trademark name by Syngenta, which prefers the name Rosso Bruno for the Canadian and American markets. Today, Kumato™ tomatoes are grown in Spain, France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Greece, Turkey and Canada, where they grow and ripen under optimum climatic conditions to ensure a high fructose level and delectable firmness. There are rumors that the Kumato™ tomato is not a hybrid, as Syngenta claims, and is indeed an open-pollinated variety that can be grown from the parent seed. Many growers claim that Syngenta publicized the Kumato™ tomato as a hybrid to deter home gardeners from trying to grow it and consequently protect their investment.


The Kumat tomato was developed in Spain for Syngenta Seeds over the course of several years. It is believed that the company was looking for a tomato that would grow in salty soil, and that the Kumato tomato was also specifically bred to have a superior flavor and texture, as well as being uniquely marketed for use at all stages of ripeness. According to press releases from Syngenta, the Kumato tomato was developed from a variety from the Galapagos Islands, although no black tomatoes actually come from the Galapagos Islands. Some people believe that perhaps Syngenta used a variety from the Galapagos, known as Lycopersicon cheesmanii, in crossbreeding



Tomatoes are the fruit that is considered as a vegetable by many people around the world in general and by many nutritions in particular. Technically, the fruit has a ripened flower ovary and contains seeds. This is the reason why tomatoes along with green beans and pumpkins are devised as a vegetable by many veteran nutritions.

Vene Cress


Vene Cress is a particularly appealing ingredient in fatty dishes such as oily fish (like mackerel), sweetbread, or liver, as well as in a green salad. Origin. Vene Cress is the young seedling of a herb native to many parts of the world, from Europe to large parts of Asia.

Watermelon Radish


Watermelon radish is kind of famous right now. People love that it’s a radish and a root vegetable, derived from the heirloom Chinese Daikon radish. Its sisters include: arugula, broccoli, and turnips, but none of those veggie-siblings even remotely resemble the watermelon radish. In fact, even a traditional radish doesn’t resemble the watermelon radish. Despite […]