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Grape Tomato 2003

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Grape Tomato Survey
PROJECT LEADER(S): Nick Augostini
TYPE OF PROJECT: Research / Survey
LOCATION: State Farmer’s Market, Raleigh, NC

IMPACT


On August 1, 2003 personnel from the marketing division of the NCDA & CS held a grape tomato taste testing in Raleigh at the State Farmer’s Market. People participating in the survey were asked gender and age, how often they eat tomatoes in season, and if cost and color are important when purchasing tomatoes. They were then asked to rate the three tomatoes. Finally, they were asked which, if any, they would purchase from the testing. Here are graphs depicting the results of the survey.