All over Europe, tomatoes are marketed on the vine. It makes for a beautiful presentation, and gives the consumer the feeling of freshness. It can also be a big labor saver on the farm, as it is much easier to clip a whole truss than it is to pick each individual cherry tomato. This concept has recently started gaining a market in the US, but it has long been the unfortunate case that cluster-harvest tomatoes do not taste very good. The qualities that help make a good cluster tomato are often at odds with the traits that make a tomato good to eat: Even ripening, holding on the vine, long shelf life. Edox is the first cluster cherry tomato we have found that is beautiful, durable, and legitimately delicious. It represents a great opportunity for fresh market growers to present something visually appealing, while also delivering on what really counts.