Men who consume tomatoes are at 50% lesser risk of skin cancer.
Tomato extracts can be used to prevent the growth of stomach cancer cells
Before you pile on tomatoes, potatoes and cucumber, be careful. According to a study, they contain a protein that might lead to Alzheimer's disease.
New Delhi: Rise in tomato prices is a “temporary phenomenon” and rates in the national capital region have started to cool down with increase in supply from Himachal Pradesh and Haryana, a top Agriculture Ministry
Tomato prices which have soared to Rs 80-100 per kg in retail markets across the country are likely to remain high for at least next two months as fresh crop is expected to hit markets only by August-end.
Tomato prices in most retail markets across the country have doubled to Rs. 80 per kg in last 15 days due to sluggish supply owing to crop damage.
New York:A group of students in the US has used waste tomatoes to generate electricity. Damaged tomatoes are thrown away in the US in large amounts because they are not considered fit for grocery stores.
Chennai: Nepal can supply tomatoes to India at competitive rates when domestic prices soar, the neighbouring country's Minister for Agricultural Development Hari Prasad Parajuli has said."June-November is tomato production season in mid hill tracts of
Vadodara: Tomato dishes may not find a place in the menu of many households, but in Vadodara, youths observed 'La Tomatina', an event where participants hurl tomatoes at each other and get involved in the
New Delhi: With tomato prices soaring up to Rs 80 per kg, the government is keeping a close watch on rising rates of the vegetable and also taking necessary steps.The prices of tomato are continuously
New Delhi: Tomato prices have doubled to Rs 80 a kg in the past week, as plant diseases halved the output in Maharashtra, a major producer, while heavy rains disrupted supply in the north, creating
New Delhi: After potato and onion prices hitting the roof, now its tomatoes that have hit the consumers. While there was a significant increase in the prices of basic vegetables last week, rates of tomatoes
New Delhi: Tomato prices continue to remain high at up to Rs 80 per kg in retail markets of the national capital mainly due to tight supplies from Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.Onions, too, are expensive