Tomato Cherry Red
6.00د.إ – 20.00د.إ
Tomato Cherry Red,
come in different shapes and colors. Some examples of different color cherry tomatoes are:
- Red: ‘Black Cherry’, ‘Fantastico’, ‘Sweet Million’, ‘Bumble Bee’, ‘Sweetie’, ‘Supersweet 100’, ‘Midnight Snack’
- Yellow: ‘Golden Sweet’, ‘Sungold’, ‘Gold Nugget’, ‘Yellow Mini’, ‘Yellow Pear’, ‘JuaneFlamme’
- Orange: ‘Sunrise Bumble Bee’, ‘Orange Paruche’, ‘Orange Zinger’
- Green: ‘Green Doctors’, ‘Italian Ice’
- Blackish-purple: ‘Indigo Cherry Drops’, ‘Black Cherry’, ‘Purple Bumble Bee’.
Tomato Cherry Red,
are a type of small round tomato that can range from spherical to slightly oblong in shape. They come in various colors, such as red, orange, yellow, green, purple, and black. They are known for their juiciness, thin skin, and nutritional value. They are easily cultivated in containers or in the garden and are the earliest tomatoes to ripen. They are used in salads or other cold dishes
Red cherry large-fruited tomatoes are packed with vitamins and minerals that promote excellent health. They are a wonderful source of lycopene, which can help with issues like inflammation and blood clotting. These benefits may minimize your risk of ischemic strokes, which occur when blood clots form and prevent blood flow to the brain. Lycopene can also limit UV damage to your skin from sun exposure and promote better heart health1. Cherry tomatoes are also high in fiber and low in calories, which may aid weight loss by helping you stay full and hydrated.
There are many different varieties of cherry tomatoes, each with its own unique flavor and color. Some popular red cherry tomato varieties include red cherry heirloom tomato, Tiny Tim, Sweet Million, Bumble Bee, Sweetie, Supersweet 100, Midnight Snack, and Black Cherry. For yellow varieties, you can try Sungold, Gold Nugget, Yellow Mini, Yellow Pear, and JuaneFlamme
Cherry tomatoes or heirloom tomato are best stored at room temperature, out of direct sunlight, stem-side down in a single layer on a paper towel-lined plate or shallow dish, and covered with a loose lid or plastic wrap. Check on them every day or so and remove any that have begun to soften or mold. Do not store cherry tomatoes in the fridge, as the cold air will damage their delicate flavor and texture. If you need to ripen them quickly, you can place them in a paper bag with an apple or banana.
1 KG, 250 grams, 500 Grams