Così Com'è Italian Tomatoes

Così Com'è (Meaning “as they are”) tomatoes come from Fianagricola, was founded in 1986 by a small 24-farm cooperative dedicated to cultivating local produce varieties. Nine members currently manage the 740 acres of farmland, which stretches across the fertile Piana del Sele of Campania in southern Italy. The cooperative was founded with one mission: to guarantee a pure, traceable Italian product, from seed to label. As a large fruit and vegetable company, with the passage of time, it has continued to develop a real natural agriculture. Therefore, it can be defined as the largest" Italian vegetable garden". 

A “Così Com’è” tomato is different by nature. Acidity and right balance of sugars determine its taste. “Così Com’è” chooses only tomato varieties with a high sugar content. The inner sweetness level is measured in Brix grades. When the Brix grade is higher, the tomato sensory pleasantness will be higher. If a common tomato has a Brix grade of 4,5°, the “Così Com’è” tomato reaches much higher values. Only “Così Com’è” tomatoes are crunchy outside and sweet and juicy inside.