Cocktail made of tomatoes and raspberries

70 g pelati tomatoes 30 g raspberries
2 tablespoons of vinegar
2 tablespoons of grated ginger
4 tablespoons of red, dry wine
1 teaspoon of salt
1 tablespoon of sugar
a pinch of pepper
fresh basil 

Tomatoes, raspberries and ginger blend thoroughly. Add vinegar and wine. Blend everything together. Season with salt, sugar and pepper. Mix all the ingredients. Strain the cocktail through a sieve and decorate it with the basil leaves and fresh raspberries.



Healthy, Polish „Welcome gift” at INVEST HOTEL in Poznan

Association of Producers of Tomatoes and Cucumbers under the Shields on 25-28 September. participated in the Invest Hotel in Poznań, promoting a new trend in the HoReCa group with a welcome refreshment, consisting in providing a healthy Polish „Welcome Gift” in the form of elegantly displayed on plates, bowls or plates of Polish tomatoes. The new recipes met with great interest among the visitors of the stand where the idea of ​​the project was discussed, samples of different tomato varieties were presented, and tomato snacks were provided, confirming the tomato’s richness. The penultimate day of the fair was a short but substantiated talk about the project. Representatives of the HoReCa group came to know the new trend of welcoming visitors, expressed their deep interest in the project and supported the idea of ​​cultivating a healthy trend of living, healthy eating and healthy, individual and unique hospitality.




Since when can a baby be served tomatoes?
Because of the many beneficial effects of tomato it is worth to introduce it to the baby’s diet right after the age of 10 months. Before serving tomatoes for the first time – be careful because tomatoes can be allergic. In order not to expose the child to unnecessary allergy, it is worth noting whether the tomato comes from a proven source, whether it was sprayed or matured on the bush and not after the break. Therefore, you should choose proven, growing in the country POLISH TOMATOES. Do not give your baby immature tomatoes that are still green. They contain a harmful substance called tomatidin.

In what form do children give tomatoes?
Tomatoes can be given to children properly in any form. They taste both raw, cooked and baked. Raw tomatoes should be peeled from the skin as it is heavily digested and may contain unclean chemicals that the tomato has been sprayed on. In the form of a concentrate they work great as a supplement to soups or sauces. Older children are particularly keen on ketchup. There are no contraindications here, as long as ketchup is suitable for a child of a given age. Therefore, it is best to choose mild ketchup without preservatives and vinegar – to ensure that the child gets the best. You can also try to prepare your own tomato sauce



„Tomato Cosmetics”

We all know about the precious influence on our tomato health. In addition to lycopene, tomatoes contain vitamins C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, folic acid, and fiber, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, iron, iron , copper, zinc and manganese, as well as amino acids, enzymes and essential unsaturated fatty acids. Thanks to these vitamins and ingredients, tomatoes additionally support the care of our skin as it perfectly cleanses, regulates water management, narrows pores, minimizes sebum secretion, helps fight acne, protects against sun and has a strong anti-aging effect.
Tomato cosmetics are very cheap and easy to prepare, but also effective.
However, it is important to remember that tomatoes can also cause allergic reactions, so before you use a hand-made tomato cosmetic, first try it on a small piece of skin.

Below we will show you how to prepare tomato home based cosmetics.

Deep cleansing peeling
Tomatoes are very good as a component of deep cleansing peeling, so that we can easily get rid of dirt and horny epidermis. To prepare a peeling you will need:
– 1 large tomato,
– 2 teaspoons of honey
– 1 teaspoon of brown sugar.
The tomato should be washed, peeled and made from puree. The other ingredients (honey and sugar) should be added to the prepared tomato paste. Finish peeling on the face and gently massage the skin. After such treatment, the skin will be smooth and perfectly prepared to absorb the nutrients found in the creams or masks.

Refreshing and brightening mask
Recommended for those with skin with slight discoloration or tired skin for long periods of time in the sun. To prepare the mask you will need:
– 1 large tomato
– 2 tablespoons of fat curd.
Thoroughly clean the tomato and peel the cucumber and add the curd to the dough. Apply the mask gently on the face and leave for 15-20 minutes. After this time, we rinse with lukewarm water. With this mask, the skin will be brighter, it will be purified, refreshed and its color will be even. The tomato will brighten the skin and help remove dead skin, while cottage cheese will moisturize it and soothe irritations.

Anti-acne mask
To prepare an anti-acne mask, you will need:
– 1 ripe tomato,
– oatmeal flour
– lemon juice.
Thoroughly wash the tomato, peel and gently infuse (to obtain the consistency of the mash). Then add a teaspoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice and ½ cup oatmeal or finely ground oatmeal. With oatmeal or oat flakes you will get rid of excess sebum, but also nourish the skin and avoid excessive drying and irritation. Apply all ingredients together and apply the mask to the cleansed face for about 15 minutes.

Anti-aging mask
Tomatoes have strong anti-aging properties, neutralize the action of free radicals, promote skin regeneration, tighten and firming. Therefore, it is advisable to use tomatoes as an anti-aging mask. To prepare a mask you will need:
– 1 ripe tomato
– 1/2 avocado.
The tomato and avocado should be washed and peeled, then prepared with a fork using a fork. Avocado perfectly complements the properties of the tomato. In addition to the fact that, like the tomato, it also works well with free radicals, it also has a nourishing, moisturizing, skin-elastic effect, stimulates skin cells to produce collagen, wrinkles fine.




The black variety of tomato is called „Indigo Rose” and was bred by a team of scientists from Oregon State University, led by prof. Jim Myers botany. The intention of the researchers was to grow a variety of tomato that would combine the antioxidant properties of lycopene contained in ordinary tomato varieties with other antioxidants that the American botanists intended to introduce into these vegetables.

Favorable anthocyanins
Anthocyanins are organic compounds, the dyes are cyanidin, pelargonidin or dolphinidine – natural plant substances, causing the fruits to take on dark red color. The pigment contained in the skin of these exceptional tomatoes contains anthocyanin dyes. Anthocyanins, occurring among others in red grapes, cherries, blueberries, blackberries and chokeberrys, they have long been regarded as very beneficial for our health. Scientists believe that due to the high antioxidant content, eating black tomatoes protects us from civilization diseases (obesity, diabetes), on the development of which are affected by free radicals. Researchers also point out that the anthocyanins contained in the „Sun Black” tomatoes slow down the ripening process, so they spoil later from red and are more resistant to fungal diseases. Pigment in tomatoes, is mainly in the fruit peel and is light-sensitive, which means that the longer a tomato has the chance to stay on the bush in the sun, the darker it becomes. Apart from skins and nutritional value Sun Black tomatoes are no different from the traditional ones – they have red flesh and the same taste. Researchers have asserted that no genetic modification was used to make black tomatoes, and that their exceptional properties were obtained using traditional crossing techniques.






Polskie pomidory charakteryzują się niebywale dobrym smakiem, są dużo bardziej pożywne ze względu na swoją mięsistość,
są zdrowe, słodkie, zawierają dużo antyoksydantów, dzięki czemu oczyszczają organizm z toksyn. Co najważniejsze są dojrzałe.
Krajowy dostawca pomidorów jest gwarantem dostarczenia do konsumenta produktu świeżego.


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