Almost 50 kinds of tomatoes are planted throughout the year in Taiwan. The most common varieties are black tomatoes, momotaro tomatoes, golden tomatoes, and cherry tomatoes. With thin skins, a succulent flesh, and high sweetness, Taiwanese tomatoes contain lycopene, beta carotene, vitamins A and C, and other antioxidants, providing the Taiwanese people who enjoy them with high nutritional value.
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