With every sip of this directly pressed juice made from sun-kissed, organic tomatoes from Veneto, Biotta Tomato brings you a taste of Italy. Naturally, this Italo-Swiss delicacy is produced in accordance with the Biotta principles:

  • 100% natural
  • 100% organic
  • Made 100% from directly pressed juices, without any rediluted concentrate
  • No added sugar (only the natural sugar in the ingredients)
  • No dyes, preservatives or flavourings
  • No added vitamins (fruits & vegetables have their own vitamins)
  • Produced under climate-friendly conditions

Learn more about our philosophy and our partner farmers: here.

Tomatoes really are one of the most versatile ingredients in the kitchen; perfect for salads, sauces, soups, stews – whatever your heart desires. By regularly putting tomatoes on your menu, not only are you giving your tastebuds a treat, you’re also doing something good for your health. Tomatoes

- Are low in calories and nutritious
- Contain valuable phytonutrients
- Support the cardiovascular system

Contrary to what you may think, tomatoes do not originate from Italy, but from South America. In fact, it was famous Italian explorer and navigator Christopher Columbus who first brought the fruit (of the genus Solanum) to Europe in the 15th Century, giving his countrymen and women one of the most important ingredients for today’s culinary masterpieces. Although tomatoes come in many different colours – including yellow, white, purple, orange, some even with stripes – most people tend to opt for the classic red fruit. The red colour comes from a phytonutrient called lycopene. Phytonutrients are naturally occurring bioactive substances in fruit and vegetables that have been found to offer many health benefits.

Lycopene is one pigment in a large family of plant pigments known as carotenoids, which are also, as the name suggests, found in carrots. Carotenoids such as lycopene are powerful antioxidants, which protect the body from excessive sun exposure by absorbing UV radiation. The greatest benefit of lycopene, however, is its anticoagulant (anti blood clotting) properties which protect against hardening of the arteries, in turn reducing the risk of heart attack or stroke. Scientists believe that this is one of the reasons why cardiovascular disease is less prevalent in the Mediterranean region, which is noted for its high tomato consumption.

It turns out, therefore, that the versatile and delicious tomato has a number of beneficial side-effects. So, enjoy to your heart’s content, whether fresh from the vine or from the juice aisle.