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    Purple Tomatoes Grow antioxidant-rich purple tomatoes for additional health benefits. An antioxidant rich purple tomato, that contains high levels of anthocyanins, has been bred by researchers at Oregon State University. Anthocyanins provide potential health effects against: cancer, aging and neurological diseases, heart disease, inflammation & diabetes. This new variety is a novelty type intended for home gardens and can be found in some seed catalogs.

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    Indigo Rose tomatoes Indigo Rose, a truly purple tomato, from OSU's program to breed for high levels of antioxidants. (Photo by Tiffany Woods.) gardening image OSU vegetable breeder Jim Myers shows the interior of the Indigo Rose tomato. (Photo by Tiiffany Woods.) CORVALLIS, Ore. – The "Indigo Rose" tomato steps out this year as the first "really" purple variety to come from a program at Oregon State University that is seeking to breed tomatoes with high levels of antioxidants. The new

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