Haven't cute, mini plum tomatoes become a staple on supermarket shelves? "Aiko" pioneered the way into opening up the Japanese market for mini plum tomatoes. They initially appeared in home gardens and direct sales, and then took the unusual course of continuing onto large-scale production. No matter how you look at it, the appeal of Aiko is their robustness and taste. Whether in home gardens or in commercial production locations, these characteristics have proven to be extremely popular. With a strong, thick, sweet flesh, it is a versatile item which can be eaten raw, stewed or dried. When you are growing mini tomatoes, please remember "Aiko."