Native to northern Peru and southern Ecuador, this tiny and rapidly vanishing tomato was taken by ship to North America and Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries. The tiny wild berry sized fruit of this plant is the wild ancestor of all the tomatoes we eat today.
Its a great tasting tomato in its own right, really sweet and its got nearly twice the natural sugar content of regular tomatoes!
Great for use as a unique garnish. Kids love them!