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Tomato Size

Learn About Tomato Size

One of the most important features of tomato fruit which - among other things - defines its suitability for particular culinary purposes is the size of the fruit. Tomatoes vary widely in fruit size. There are varieties with very large fruit weighing 2 or even 3 pounds or more, as well as tiny tomatoes the size of a pea. The following classification characterizes tomatoes in terms of the size of the fruit.

Tax Size Tiny Currant Spoon

Tiny/Currant/Spoon

Tiny, currant or spoon tomatoes are the smallest tomatoes of the world. They grow up to about 10mm in diameter and have mostly round shape. However, recently-created new varieties can also be more elongated, like little grapes, and have pointy ends. Tiny tomatoes are great for garnish.

Tax Size Cherry

Cherry

Cherry tomatoes are very small, 1-1.5 inch in diameter or 15-40g in waight fruits. Cherry tomatoes come in almost every shape these days - round, slightly flattend or elongated, pearshaped or with pointy ends. They can also be of any tomato color, both inside and outside. They often surprise with their delicious, sweet taste and are most often eaten fresh, as a snack or added to colorful summer salads.

 

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