Tomato Nutrition Benefits

Healthy Immune Systems
Tomatoes are high in Vitamins A & C, which bodies need for healing and healthy skin. These vitamins work wonders as powerful antioxidants that support a healthy immune system and may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and other health conditions.
Good Source of Fiber
One cup of tomato contains 16% of your daily value fiber, which is great for digestive systems and best when obtained directly through fresh fruit and vegetables
Low-calorie and Cholesterol-free
Tomatoes are low - calorie, very low in fat, cholesterol - free, and sodium - free. What a relief!
Tomatoes are rich in lycopene, a valuable antioxidant with health - protecting effects.
Beta Carotene
That rich red you see? It’s partly Beta Carotene, which is essential for your health — supporting cell growth, immune function, fetal development and vision.
Inspirational Recipes
When the goods we grow can make healthy and happy lives all the more easy, it simply doesn't get better than that. And with countless great ways to incorporate the unmatched flavor and fun of the colorful fruits of our labor, there's always so much more to love. How will you sweeten your day with raised right NatureSweet tomatoes?

Zucchini Lasagna

This zucchini lasagna  is a delicious and healthy dish. Make this easy recipe in either a conventional oven,...

Mini Sweet Pepper Salad

Featuring NatureSweet® Mini Sweet Peppers, NatureSweet® Baby Cucumbers, and Cherubs®, this salad is super crisp and flavorful! 

Shrimp Tower

Featuring sushi rice, sautéed shrimp, and fresh vegetables, this quick and easy shrimp tower is both delicious...

Chicken and Rice Bowl

This rice salad is made with wild rice, a non-glutinous rice variety, and vegetables that are then...

Constellation Gazpacho

Constellation Gazpacho is a delicious cold soup made with several ingredients like olive oil, vinegar, water, and...

Cheese Stuffed Mini Peppers

These cream cheese-stuffed mini sweet peppers are sweet, creamy, and have the perfect kick!

Christmas Tree Cheese Ball

Celebrate the holidays with this Christmas tree cheese ball, perfect for family and friends to gather!

Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese

Tomato soup with grilled cheese is a classic everywhere. Enjoy preparing this comforting soup with your favorite NatureSweet...

Pork Chop Stew

Enjoy this hearty and flavorful pork chop stew, perfect to pamper your loved ones at home or...

Turkey Stuffed Potatoes

Enjoy these delicious turkey stuffed potatoes! You’ll love how NatureSweet® Mixed Bell Peppers and Constellation® make this...

NatureSweet Tomatoes

Tips & Tricks



At NatureSweet, we plant our tomatoes in coconut husks which is much more sterile than growing in dirt. The water we use for ur crops is drawn from our own underground wells which are carefully monitored for purity. We use 58% less overall water than open field farms.


Tomatoes are (botanically) a fruit

When a new tax was levied in 1893 on imported vegetables, the debate on how to classify tomatoes made it all the way to the Supreme Court. It was ruled that the versatile tomato is culinarily (and taxably) a vegetable for its importance in everyday meals, and things haven’t changed since.


Skip the Fridge

Tomatoes keep best when stored at room temperature and out of direct sunlight. They’ll store between five days to two weeks but are always best when eaten quickly.

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Slicing Small Tomatoes

Lay your tomatoes beneath a flat plate, tray, or lid to easily slice a bunch horizontally at once.

Glorys rinse

Rinse in Pack

Give your tomatoes a quick rinse before slicing or eating. Many of our packages have small holes to act as a built-in colander for easy rinses in cool running water



Look for the Food ID QR code underneath your packaging to trace your tomatoes right back to the greenhouse that grew and nurtured them.



Our 10oz & 16.5oz packages are recyclable. Please recycle our packaging to give it a second (or third) life. All of our snacking tomato packages are sustainably made of 100% recycled Polyethylene terephthalate (PET).

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Cherry vs Grape Tomatoes

Cherry tomatoes are typically round and slightly larger than grape tomatoes, which are typically oblong and slightly smaller. Cherry tomatoes have a sweeter taste than grape tomatoes which are more tangy and acidic.

The NatureSweet way is

Raised Right

Raising tomatoes right isn’t easy. But the more we give to our plants, the sweeter our tomatoes taste and the brighter all of our futures become.