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Delectation of Tomatoes

Principles and ideas which inform the efforts of Delectation of Tomatoes include:

-Optimal human health depends upon consumption of a wide array of nutrient-dense fresh fruits and vegetables, free of harmful chemicals and contaminants;

-Such food is best acquired from backyard gardens or from local farmers who offer their freshly harvested produce through farmers markets, CSA’s, local restaurants and specialty stores;

-Big corporate farms tend to be profit-driven, impersonal, unconcerned about healthy soils and sustainability, typically concentrate money in the hands of the few, and can rarely match the quality, diversity and nutritional levels of locally produced agricultural products.

In light of these considerations, Delectation of Tomatoes offers, specifically to local gardeners and small farmers:

-Seeds of over 3,000 varieties of fruits and vegetables representing a remarkable collection of heirlooms from around the world, including 1,000 varieties which are not tomatoes (i.e. peppers, melons, squash, beans, lettuce, corn, etc.);

-Seedlings of more than 500 varieties each spring, customizable (with advance requests) to the needs and curiosity of individual gardeners and farmers;

-Fresh produce on a limited scale, based upon what is not needed for seed production;

-Service upon request, including lectures, workshops and onsite training about garden and farm planning, extending the growing season, raising food at high elevation, ecologically responsible and sustainable growing practices, seed saving, self-reliance, etc.

If you want to live, you must eat; if you eat, you might as well eat healthy; while you’re at it, please enjoy eating a wide diversity of tasty and interesting heirloom fruits and vegetable from around the world!  Gardening and eating fresh, local, naturally grown food are cheaper than psychotherapy and unnecessary doctor bills which result from diseases which can be largely prevented with good nutrition. The idea is to make these nutritious products so readily available, so interesting and so tasty that people will be far less tempted eat the faux food found in fast and processed “food”.  Enhanced physical, psychological, social and financial health will be some of the benefits that emerge from this endeavor.

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Reviews

Lot of knowledge and a willingness to share it . Best Tomato descriptions in the business . I grow 5000 plants and sell the fruit from them for my living . Dale has the varieties I need to succeed .

Iris Bauer,

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Always a pleasure. Prompt shipping of orders and quick email responses.
Many varieties that aren’t available anywhere else. True to type and always excellent germination. Good job!

Clifton Hedrick,

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My favorite tomato seed vendor! My “go to place” for rare and unusual tomato varieties. Highly recommend!

Shelley P. Hauser,

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Snuck Farm

Snuck Farm is a year-round family farm dedicated to growing produce we can feel good about eating and feeding our own families. All of our greens are hydroponically grown and are free of chemical pesticides and herbicides.

Our farming methods allow us to 1) save land and water, 2) eliminate soil erosion and runoff, 3) efficiently produce high-quality local produce year round. You’ll also find egg and honey production and in-ground organic farming on other areas of the farm.

 Snuck Farm also hosts a variety of community events such as our annual plant sale, cooking classes, workshops, farm-to-table dinners. It is also available as a private event venue. Our mission is to be a force for good in our community while promoting sustainable community-based food production that benefits us all.

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Can be found here:

  • SNUCK FARM
    504 West 1100 North
    PLESANT GROVE, UT

Reviews

Love Snuck Farms! There produce is a treasure to our community and Culinary Crafts!

Mary Homer,

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Awesome farm and local food production. Wonderful people, too.

Colleen Dick,

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So grateful for such a wonderful business in Pleasant Grove!

Cyd LeMone,

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