Comets

Out of This World Sweetness

Let’s face it: When you think of tomatoes, that classic NatureSweet cherry-red blaring in your produce section probably comes to mind. Poor Comets, they might slip past your eye because of their yellow color. Well, you can blame their lack of red coloring on lycopene, a disease-fighting phytonutrient that gives red tomatoes their signature vibrant hue. 

At NatureSweet, we think yellow tomatoes don’t get nearly as much love as they deserve, which is why you should consider giving them a shot and adding them to your next shopping basket. 

But you’re probably still wondering, what exactly makes Comets special? 

That all depends on what you want out of your tomato. Is it hard-to-get lycopene and a blast of vitamins? Head for red.

Do you need a boost of iron and minerals? Go for yellow. 

Or maybe choose both!

Both red and yellow tomatoes add a punch of flavor to your meals, so you can’t go wrong either way. Each has its own unique perk. Take a peek below to understand the nutritional benefits and health value for Comets over red tomatoes.

  • 10 oz.
  • 18 oz.

Nutrition Benefits

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Comets pack a nutritional punch providing 6% of your recommended daily value of iron per serving.

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Comets also offer more potassium compared to their red cherry counterpart.

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Yellow tomatoes have almost twice as much zinc, which helps support your immune system.

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Best of all, Comets offer a healthy boost of the B Vitamin, niacin! Niacin helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels

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Lastly, Comets also have double the folate that reds have, which helps your body produce red blood cells, maintain healthy DNA, and convert carbs to energy.

Nutrition Benefits

1

Comets pack a nutritional punch providing 6% of your recommended daily value of iron per serving.

2

Comets also offer more potassium compared to their red cherry counterpart.

3

Yellow tomatoes have almost twice as much zinc, which helps support your immune system.

4

Best of all, Comets offer a healthy boost of the B Vitamin, niacin! Niacin helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels

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Lastly, Comets also have double the folate that reds have, which helps your body produce red blood cells, maintain healthy DNA, and convert carbs to energy.

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Nutrition facts

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size
1 cup (148g)
Amount Per Serving Calories
45
  • %DV*
  • 1%
  • Total Fat 0.5g
  • 0%
  • Saturated Fat 0g
  • Trans Fat 0g
  • 0%
  • Cholesterol 0mg
  • 0%
  • Sodium 0mg
  • 3%
  • Total Carbs 10g
  • 12%
  • Dietary Fiber 3g
  • Sugars 7g
  • Protein 2g
  • 15%
  • Vitamin A
  • 35%
  • Vitamin C
  • 2%
  • Calcium
  • 4%
  • Iton

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000-calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

  • Calories:
  • 2,000
  • 2,500
  • Total Fat
  • Less than
  • 65g
  • 80g
  • Saturated Fat
  • Less than
  • 20g
  • 25g
  • Cholesterol
  • Less than
  • 300mg
  • 300mg
  • Sodium
  • Less than
  • 2,400mg
  • 2,400mg
  • Total Carbohydrate
  • 300g
  • 375g
  • Dietary Fiber
  • 25g
  • 30g
  • Calories per gram:
Fat 9   ·   Carbohydrate 4   ·   Protein 4

Health Benefits


Comets are low in saturated fat and very low in cholesterol. Yellow grape tomatoes are also a good source of dietary fiber, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, iron, magnesium and ohosphorus, and a very good source of vitamin C, niacin, folate, potassium, copper and manganese.

What makes yellow tomatoes special


Yellow tomatoes are a bit sweeter, and often taste milder and less acidic than red tomatoes. The different pigments in various colored tomato varieties create a different balance of sugars and acids. So it’s the unique blend of sugar and acid levels that gives Comets a milder taste. But, don’t let the mild taste fool you, these yellow Comets are loaded with just as many, if not more, nutrients than their red counterparts.

Health Benefits


Comets are low in saturated fat and very low in cholesterol. Yellow grape tomatoes are also a good source of dietary fiber, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, iron, magnesium and ohosphorus, and a very good source of vitamin C, niacin, folate, potassium, copper and manganese.

What makes yellow tomatoes special


Yellow tomatoes are a bit sweeter, and often taste milder and less acidic than red tomatoes. The different pigments in various colored tomato varieties create a different balance of sugars and acids. So it’s the unique blend of sugar and acid levels that gives Comets a milder taste. But, don’t let the mild taste fool you, these yellow Comets are loaded with just as many, if not more, nutrients than their red counterparts.