This beautiful, bright golden-orange heirloom is the result of a stabilized cross between Tangerine and Rutgers tomatoes. It was a 1943 Burpee’s All-America Selections winner. The fruits are globe-shaped, 2-3 inches, and 6-7 ounces each with thick walls, meaty, solid interiors, and few seeds. Its mild flavor and low acidity make this variety ideal for tomato juice. Also great for canning, especially salsa, or just fresh eating or in salads. The medium-sized plants are so productive, they’ll need staking. Indeterminate, 72-74 days. Packet contains at least 30 seeds.