Tasti-Lee Tomatoes - Premium, Vine-Ripened, Non-GMO

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Tomatoes are one of my favorite foods. They are delicious, nutritious, and very versatile. I just tried Tasti-Lee Tomatoes and they are absolutely the best tomatoes I've ever eaten in my entire life! They have the perfect balance of tangy and sweet. Tasti-Lee Tomatoes are a new, naturally-developed, non-GMO, vine-ripened tomato variety.
Even after being shipped to me (and we all know how packages can be tossed around), every one of 40 tomatoes was in perfect condition, perfectly ripe, and perfectly firm. The company states that their tomatoes will remain firm all the way to the grocery store and onto your kitchen counter, and I believe it. The horticulture professor who spent over four decades selecting the perfect tomato seed named it for its flavor (Tasti) and for his mother's name (Lee).
I love Tasti-Lee Tomatoes so much that I have saved some of the seeds so I can plant them in my own backyard garden. I have tried these tomatoes several ways. I baked them with mozzarella cheese and olive oil. I have sliced them for sandwiches. I have cut them into wedges for salads. I chopped up some for salsa. I even pureed some to make tomato sauce for pasta. They are wonderful no matter how you eat them!
Tasti-Lee Tomatoes are also better for your health than other varieties, with up to 50% more lycopene, which is a powerful antioxidant. Lycopene is also linked to asthma relief, cancer prevention, heart health, and many other benefits. What a scrumptious way to take care of yourself!
Tasti-Lee Tomatoes can be found at HEB, Kroger, Giant, Publix, Schnuck's, Whole Foods, and many other grocery stores. You can use their locator on the Tasti-Lee website to find them at a store near you. Don't miss their recipe section on delicious ways to enjoy these tomatoes. I highly recommend these tomatoes!


  1. This is my kind of tomato.
    They sure look lip smacking good!

  2. Where did you find out they are non GMO? I bought some in the past and today wondering if they are altered..


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