Red as a Tomato!
Tomato is now the king of vegetables in Italy, one of the most appreciated products on Italian tables as well as the most cultivated vegetable in the vegetable gardens and balconies of Italy.
Good, nutritious and healthy, but have we ever wondered what its origins are?
The origin of the tomato is between Mexico and Peru. The Aztecs called it “xitomatl” the term “tomatl” referred to various saucefruits, its sauce became fundamental in their cuisine.
It later expanded to Italy, throughout Europe and foreign countries.
Despite being a simple vegetable we sometimes forget that this precious food is rich in beneficial properties, it is equipped with low-calorie nutrients, very rich in water, mineral salts, carbohydrates, proteins, fiber and very few fats. In fact, a hundred grams of fresh tomato only provide 17 Kcal, thus adapting to low-calorie diets.
its elixir is mineralizing, vitaminizing, diuretic, digestive and above all tasty.
The tomato industry is typically Italian, Grifo Marchetti knows this well, because since the 60s it is attracted by this delicious fruit, producing and creating wonderful machinery that can make us taste the intense and fresh flavor of this product.
Making delicate pastries or tomato juices is easy with Grifo Marchetti, choose one of their many tomato juices, https://www.grifomarchetti.eu/category-product/food/, from electrical and manual use aimed at large industries and to simple private ones.
The tomato is the protagonist in the kitchen, it can be found inside salads and delicious dishes, typical ingredient for the preparation of sauces and cooked dishes, such as pizza.
Tomato juice also constitutes, with the addition of vodka, tabasco, lemon, salt and pepper, the basis of a Bloody Mary cocktail usually served as an aperitif or Virgin Mary the non-alcoholic version of the same cocktail.
Try this fantastic product in all sauces, choose Grifo Marchetti and know how to help you!
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