These tomatoes from Somewhere in Time Farm are certified organic and grown in Chester, NY. This mix includes a selection of sungolds, red cherry, campari, and saladettes. Tiny and tasty, these little tomatoes are the perfect poppable snack. The often forgotten cousins of the all-red, all-round variety you get in the supermarket, these heirlooms with their gorgeous variations in color, shape, and flavor make for a delicious salad all on their own. Make Caprese skewers, blister with olive oil for a fresh pasta sauce, or slice in half and adorn your salad.



Somewhere in Time Farm

Parksville, NY

Flavorful vegetables start with healthy soil. Somewhere in Time Farm is perched on a mountain top in Parksville, NY where they grow vegetables with clean air, clean water, and organic growing practices. By enriching the soil with each growing season, they enrich both the land they farm and the vegetables grown, allowing for them to share the abundance of their harvest with their friends, family, and community.

Store on the counter until ripe, up to three days, then transfer to the fridge for up to a week.