Monday, November 1, 2010

Toscana Farms (Tagaytay) - Review



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Monday, November 01, 2010 - 2 comments



On our way to Bawai's Vietnamese Kusina to have lunch, we passed by Toscana Farms, Inc. After our reservations, we passed by it again--we got curious so we entered (the gate was wide open) They specialize is hydro-farming. Mostly, they offer Tomatoes, Bell-peppers, Basil, Oregano, etc.





They cater to some of the top restaurants and resorts in the Philippines. Two of them are Shangri-la and Amanpulo ^_^

We asked the security guard if they are selling small quantities -- he said Yes. So we bought some fresh Tomatoes. ^_^






Their harvest are of good quality. Fresh and pesticide free! ^_^

RATING:
10 Stars!

2 comments:

blankPixels of CertifiedFoodies.com on November 6, 2010 at 9:50 PM said...

I love fresh veggies! And those tomatoes really look so good. How many did you buy and how much was it?

Santelmo on November 7, 2010 at 12:17 AM said...

hi blankPixels!

Per kilo, it's about 200 pesos for the small tomatoes and 60 pesos for the large ones. ^_^







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