||Tomatoes are botanically classified as a fruit but are genetically eaten and recognised as being a vegetable.
||Tomatoes not only thrill the taste buds and brighten the table, but may also assist in fighting diseases due to its high antioxidant levels.
||Studies show that tomatoes and tomato based sauces account for more than 85% of the dietary intake of lycopene – which has been found to help prevent prostate cancer.
||Tomatoes are high in vitamin C and a source of vitamin A and folic acid.
||There are approximately 25 000 varieties of tomatoes in several colours and most of them are easy to grow.