The San Antonio-based company markets its red and yellow tiny toms as Cherubs and SunBursts, respectively, and promotes them as “always vine-ripened,” according to a news release.
Among the dozens of recipes available on the Internet at NatureSweet.com, the no-cook options promise to keep kitchens and cooks cool as summer heats up, according to the release. Cherubs Greek salad, for example, is a 10-minute project that includes spring mix, Cherubs, black olives, red onions and feta cheese.
Another NatureSweet recipe puts a new twist on antipasto that is designed to appeal to children — during both preparation and mealtime. The antipasto-on-skewers concept uses yellow SunBursts bite-sized tomatoes, olives, meat and cheese.