Thursday, July 26, 2007

Tasty Tomatoes: The New Grocery Store Staple!

This week we've been hard at work, trying to brainstorm ways of making the UGLYRIPE more accessible to you.

The cartoon above represents the idea that a summer-tasting tomato can now (and should be) considered a grocery store staple--along with milk, bread and eggs. The idea that you should come to expect UGLYRIPES to be a produce aisle regular at your local grocer is now a feasible opportunity. We're working with chains across the U.S. to make sure that's the case. If you want UGLYRIPES at your local store, mention it to the produce manager. Your kind words and support mean more than you know!


Anonymous said...

I bought my first UglyRipe tomatoes (3 of them) at the Acme market in Folsom (Ridley) Pennsylvania, and boy, were they good!

Excellent flavor. They were just like tomatoes you'd buy at the local farm stand in the summer, except they were conveniently located at the supermarket.

I recommended them to my mother.

Thank you, it's nice to get a decent tomato year round.

Diane in Pennsylvania

M said...

I just can't get over the wonderful taste of the ugly tomato, I teach culinary fun at a residential camp in the Adirondacks from ages 7-16 all the campers were so happy to taste a tomato that tastes like a tomato.
Carolina in Ticonderoga

Anonymous said...

I have been buying uglyripes since I moved to Fla 4 years ago. I just love them & they taste like homegrown! I hope that I will be able to buy them when we move to Ga.
Thanks Folks!!