The Piccadilly tomato is a small tomato that originates from the ancient “Vesuviano” tomato, grown in southern Italy. Its bunches contain from 15 to 20 oval shaped fruits, weighing about 30-50 grams each.
An excellent tomato to prepare sauces with, but it is also excellent in salad for its tasty and sweet taste. The bunch can be kept hanging in a dry and airy place for several weeks, keeping the taste and substance unaltered.
Nutrition Facts / 17g Calories 3.1 Fat 0. g Cholesterol 0 mg Sodium 0.8 mg Potassium 40 mg Carbohydrates 0.7 g Fiber 0.2 g Protein 0.1 g Vitamin C 3.9% Vitamin A 2.8 mg Folate (6 percent DV) 24 μg Calcium 0.1% Iron 0.3% Sugar 0.5 g
|Nutrition Facts / 17g|
|Vitamin A||2.8 mg|
|Folate (6 percent DV)||24 μg|