Sunday, November 27, 2011


Kumato is grown in Spain, France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Canada and Mexico by specially selected growers. The Kumato is a trade name given to the variety of tomato developed in Spain called "Olmeca".

Kumatoes have a stronger, harder skin than a regular tomato, and therefore a longer shelf life. Kumato type tomatoes are considered gourmet tomatoes.

Personally, kumato taste different. It even tasted bland for me. I guess because I am used to the taste of regular tomatoes. We were just curious when we saw these kumato in the grocery store that was why we bought and tried it.

1 comment:

Dhemz said...

na dko ganahan ani mami...ehhehe...ako man jud inlaws kay sige sila gamit ani...labi na tong nicaraguan ug mexican...hehehhe!

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