A complete natural source of health, rich in vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B5, E, and antioxidants such as the lycopene, that besides providing the red color, it constitutes a natural cancer-fighter.

Its origins are from the area of Peru-Ecuador. At first it was cultivated for ornamental purposes, being introduced in Europe in the 16th century and grown in Europe for food purposes by the middle of the 18th century.

The use of tomatoes are for fresh consumption as well as for their industrialization, in the form of canned peeled fruit, sauces, concentrated juice, etc.

  • Kumato Cherry Plum Tomatoes

    Kumato Cherry Plum Tomatoes

    Production: 3,000 MT/year. Own production. Small of size and long on sweetness, its dark red color makes it stand out...

  • Kumato tomatoes

    Kumato tomatoes

    Production: 2,500 MT/year. Own production. This is a tomato characterized by its intense, almost dark green color. This variety is...

  • RAF tomatoes

    RAF tomatoes

    Production: 1,300 MT/year. Own production. This product should be consumed in the green-orange color since its thin skin diminishes its...

  • Vine tomatoes

    Vine tomatoes

    Production: 1,200 MT/year. Own production of 12 months. Full of pulp. To verify its freshness, the stem must be green...

  • Plum tomatoes

    Plum tomatoes

    Production: 5,000 MT/year. Own production of 12 months. Very firm and succulent, it has a sweet and flavorful taste, for...

  • Intense long-life tomatoes

    Intense long-life tomatoes

    Production: 1,000 MT/year. Own production of 12 months. This is the first variety of tomato in the world without juice,...

  • Long-life tomatoes

    Long-life tomatoes

    Production: 20,000 MT/year. Own production of 12 months. Fruit of an excellent red color with rounded or slightly flat shape....

  • Salad tomatoes

    Salad tomatoes

    Production: 16,000 MT/year. Own production of 12 months. Fruit with a very intense green neck, of the G-GG caliber, with...