Glacier Tomato

You name it…there are many, many ways to utilize tomatoes each day in our diet and menus.

A rich source of Vitamins A, C and folic acid as well as many, beneficial antioxidants which protect cells from harmful, cancer-causing radicals including lycopene, which gives tomatoes their rich, red color. Tomatoes account for 80 percent of our lycopene consumption.

Choline, another antioxidant found abundantly in tomatoes, helps with sleep, muscle movement, learning and memory.

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