Sweeten Up Your Organics Section with New SUNSET® Organic Angel Sweet®

Sweeten Up Your Organics Section with New SUNSET® Organic Angel Sweet®

KINGSVILLE, ON - A signature SUNSET® tomato just got a little sweeter for retailers and organic-focused consumers. The company announced that its award-winning Angel Sweet®, Miraculously Sweet Tomatoes® are now being offered in organic, complementing its already-successful conventional counterpart.

Paul Mastronardi, CEO, SUNSET®“We are thrilled to introduce a new product to our lineup of organic offerings,” shared CEO Paul Mastronardi. “Snacking is the fastest growing tomato segment, with Angel Sweet driving one of the largest growth factors in that segment this past year. Organics continues to thrive within the snacking category as well and I believe will only continue to trend with consumers for years to come. Offering the fastest growing snacking brand in organic is a win-win for retailers and consumers alike.”

SUNSET® Organic Angel Sweets

Described as a flavorful grape tomato with a signature sweet taste, Angel Sweet has won numerous awards, including the Superior Taste Award from the International Taste and Quality Institute. Delivering exceptional and consistently sweet flavor, it is the ideal size for snacking, according to a press release, and great for popping on to salads.

Roger Mooking, Culinary Director, SUNSET®“Angel Sweet tomatoes are a healthy and nutritious snacking option, but they also work beautifully in a variety of recipes, from chili to pizza and even lobster,” SUNSET Culinary Director Roger Mooking said. “They add the perfect pop of sweetness and flavor to any dish.”

Organic Angel Sweet is available now at supermarkets throughout Canada and the United States. More information can be found at sunsetgrown.com.

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