These barely-seeded, mostly-flesh tomatoes are great for cooking into sauces, tossed into salads or eaten raw with your favorite dip. Roma Tomatoes are used in pizza sauces and other Italian sauces.
Getting more tomatoes into your diet may make you less likely to have a stroke, which is when blood flow gets cut off to a part of your brain. Studies suggest that they may ease inflammation, boost your immune system, lower your cholesterol levels, and keep your blood from clotting. All those things may help prevent strokes.
Key Nutritional Facts
28 grams (g) is approximately equal to 2 table spoons (tbsp) or 1 ounce (oz).
Phosphorus. Amount: 6.7 mg. Daily Value: 1%
Potassium. Amount: 66.4 mg. Daily Value: 2%
Folate. Amount: 4.2 mcg. Daily Value: 1%
Vitamin K. Amount: 2.2 mcg. Daily Value: 3%
Vitamin A. Amount: 233 IU*. Daily Value: 5%
Vitamin C. Amount: 3.6 mg. Daily Value: 6%
* International Unit (IU) is an internationally accepted unit to be measure amounts of fat soluble vitamins, enzymes and hormones.
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Locally sourced produce deliver a sustainable solution to your need for nutrition, supporting your local growers and reducing your carbon footprint.
Straight from the garden to yoru plate, fresh food doesn't just taste better but organically and locally has up to 10 times more nutritional value by the time you consume your food. You may love travel, but produce does not, every day off the vine, out of the ground and in the refrigerator, produce loses valuable nutrients.
By shopping local you are investing in our community and providing jobs and income to local businesses and growers.
Organic produce tastes better, no pesticides and chemicals equal sweeter, better tasting fruit.