‘Take Me Home’ tomato, and their secondary brand ‘Tomato House’ are announcing their goals to help reduce the negative impact the food industry has on the environment.
The target of the company is three-fold:
From now on your ‘Take Me Home’ and ‘Tomato House’ tomatoes are packed in a more responsible way. The new packaging is made from recycled, unbleached, unlaminated, and 100% biodegradable paper, which is wrapped in a very thin recyclable plastic film. The company realizes that some plastic is still used, but every journey starts with small first steps.
With the introduction of a ‘smart farming’ system and high-tech greenhouses, where the climate is controlled to create optimal conditions for tomato species, yields are being drastically improved, without the use of more farming inputs.
The company has set itself the goal to be a 100% biological tomato producer, without the use of any chemical pesticides by the end of 2022. Some resistance from certain authorities is expected, as it will require the amendment of certain import regulations, but with that in mind and the necessary persistence and perseverance we are confident that we can get the country on our side.
About Take Me Home and Tomato House
Take Me Home and Tomato House is a Thai tomato house brand that was established under D.A.T.T. Co., Ltd. They are Thailand’s biggest tomato brand, supplying most supermarkets nationwide with 262 locations throughout the country.