Our cherry tomatoes have been with Del Cabo since day one and have withstood the test of time for 30+ years! Their sweet and plump taste is perfect for salads, grilling, or snacking!
Exclusively grown in California, our Early Girl tomatoes are cultivated with sustainability in mind—only needing to be watered twice after being transplanted. This dry farm technique is why our Early Girls are so rich in flavor. Less watering causes the plant to concentrate all the moisture and flavor into the tomato, enabling it to be loaded with nutrients and that sweet sweet Summer goodness.
Heirloom Mixed Medley
Our Heirloom Mixed Medley has that "Del Cabo character": funky, diverse, and full of surprise! Our unique breeding team has cultivated these tomatoes to yield a sweet, juicy, and colorful mix of delicious tasting heirloom tomatoes.
For years, our breeding team set out to create a compact, immensely sweet and flavorful yellow tomato—and the honey bunch delivers!
Our Mixed Medley pack is the essence of the Del Cabo co-op, taking a variety of tomatoes from all our farms. The different regions and climates from within our grower group dictate the unique taste and represent the vast scale of our operation and what it embodies.
Our Red Pear is just as delicious as its spherical sisters. These little drops of sweetness are perfect for adding character and tang to all your soups, salads, and snacking!
Rubies on the Vine
Our signature cocktail...tomato. Grown and bred south of the border, these gems bring a light yet flavor-packed punch that’s sure to boost any salad to the next level.
Sugar Plum Grape
Nature's candy. Our most popular variety, our Sugar Plum grape is the perfect snacking tomato. Period.
These little ones are a Del Cabo spin-off of our cherry tomatoes and pack a sweet punch of tomatoey flavor.
Tomatoes on the Vine
For when the smaller snacking tomatoes just don't cut it! Our slicer tomatoes are packed with mouthwatering juicy sweetness. Hand-selected and vine-ripened, our tomatoes on the vine add the perfect punch to burgers, sandwiches, and salsas.
How to Store Tomatoes
To refrigerate or not to refrigerate, that is the question.
When storing tomatoes you must fight the urge to place them in the fridge right away. It is a common misunderstanding that tomatoes need to be refrigerated immediately. They are best kept at room temperature, which allows the fruit to fully ripen and the complexed sugars fully develop. When tomatoes are placed in the fridge it stops the ripening process and makes the tomato lose flavor.
However, if your tomatoes are fully ripe and getting on the soft side—and you’re not one to let food go to waste—placing them in the fridge will enable you to get a few more days of shelf life. It’s a balancing act!