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Why We Need to Pay Attention to Our Tomatoes Supplier
by: Jason Creation





If the food that you eat is going to do the job that it is meant to do, then it should be as fresh as possible and of as high a quality as you can afford. On hot summer days when all that you really want to eat is a cool, refreshing salad, then you need some lovely ripe and juicy tomatoes to go with it.

The tomato is a basic foodstuff that we tend to take for granted. Apart from the fact that this particular fruit is so great in a salad it is also a basic ingredient in many time honored dishes. How could you possibly imagine spaghetti Bologna without its tomato sauce base or bacon and eggs without tomatoes. Most people enjoy tomatoes, even though they may not be up to speed with the various types of tomato, they like the taste and enjoy the flavor that it adds to so many dishes.

Tomato growers like to be able to take pride in the tomatoes that they grow. Vegex recognizes this pride and takes care of the tomato at every stage of its production, from the time the seed goes into ground, to the time the tomatoes are picked, cleaned and packed away, you know that you are getting quality food. Tomato growers don't just cherish the fruit for the home market they also like to know that they are sending out quality food to a tomato export firm.

Whether you like the ordinary tomato that you see on most fruit and vegetable stalls, or you prefer the larger, beef tomato, or the smaller, plum tomato, you will want your tomatoes to be firm and juicy. There are so many different ways that you can cook tomatoes, either fried or grilled with bacon, or baked with lamb chops; there are very few people who don't eat tomatoes at all.

Some tomatoes are especially grown to be picked and then canned. Very often it is the canned tomatoes that are exported, although in the UK it is quite usual to see fresh tomatoes that come from Spain or Italy. Tomatoes tend to grow better in a warm and sunny climate, but if they are grown and nurtured in a greenhouse, they often do just as well.

You can do so many different things with tomatoes that it is not surprising that they are packaged in different ways. In the supermarkets and the open markets you can buy fresh, loose tomatoes by the kilo, or you can buy them already boxed and packaged.

You can get tinned tomatoes and pureed tomatoes, both of which are great for using in sauces or to add a bit of extra flavor to almost any meat dish. You can also buy tomato juice and many people swear by a mixture of tomato juice and vodka as a great hangover cure.

Tomato growers take a lot of time and care to ensure that people get quality food that is as fresh as possible. Obviously tomato exports are not as fresh as home grown tomatoes, because of the distance they have to travel before they even reach your local store.

It seems that we will always need tomato growers and quality tomatoes, if we want to eat many of our favorite dishes. Tomatoes are also a great source of vitamin C, which is an essential ingredient in any healthy diet.
http://www.vegexuk.co.uk


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Jason Creation - We have all the information on importing and exporting tomatoes at http://www.vegexuk.co.uk




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