We’ve been touting so much about the organic fruits of California (and California organic farms, as a whole!) — let’s give out some love for those organic vegetables, namely the tomato (even though that’s still a fruit). They’re especially known for their organic vegetables, and some fruits, but you can only guess what the name “Tomatero” came from:
Tomatero Actually Means “Tomato Picker” — Pretty Simple From the Workers of Tomatero Organic Farm
The name came from the owners’ grandmother, straight out of Nicaragua. She gave them the name after finding out her family had started farming tomatoes, and other goodies. Makes perfect sense, but there’s also so much history and quality behind this farm on the Pajaro Valley.
They started in 2004, certified organic, and you’ll find them south of Santa Cruz and just five miles away from the California coastline in Watsonville. That’s important to know given the unique climate nourishing the very best they have in….
- And a Variety of Root Veggies
The sky’s the limit. Completely organic. No pesticides. Just all nature nurturing the very food we eat from the Earth.
Because Good Soil Grows Good Vegetables
Check out Tomatero Organic Farms and try many of the varieties of tomatoes they have. Visit them as well. You’ll be astonished at the sweat and passion they put into their crops and the land which they grow. That’s the essence of organic. See what Golden Gate Organics has available this week from Tomatero Farm.