The Sammy tomato was cultivated following very specific rules, carefully controlled by the Consortium. The environmental and cultivation conditions of the land used for tomato production are required to comply with traditional methods to allow the tomato to acquire its typical characteristics.

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Sammy is an exclusive and highly desired product of the Campania region, but everyone in the world can enjoy it thanks to our efficient delivery service.

Eco Friendly

In order to ensure that it is unique, delicious and produced with respect for nature, Sammy is only harvested by hand. It can’t get any more natural than that.

Always Fresh

While harvesting takes place from July to September, Sammy is carefully preserved in keeping with its organoleptic qualities to ensure that it tastes good every day of the year.

From the morphological point of view, the Agro Sarnese-Nocerino district extends across the Sarno plain, which is covered for the most part by pyroclastic material of volcanic origin. In terms of soil, the Agro Sarnese-Nocerino area has very deep, soft soils with a good supply of organic substance and a high level of absorbable phosphorus and exchangeable potassium.

The hydrology of the area is very rich due to many springs and abundant water sources at different depths. The water needed for irrigation comes from wells that are fed directly from the water sources.

In terms of climate, the Agro Sarnese-Nocerino feels the positive influence of the sea. The temperature range is not significant and if the thermometer falls below zero, it does not stay there for long. Rainfall is abundant in autumn, winter and spring, with little or no rain in summer. Although there is a lack of rain in the summer months, the relative humidity of the air remains fairly high.


Cultivation in protected environments is permitted in order to protect crops from pests. All practices aimed at altering the natural biological cycle of the tomato, particularly as regards ripening, are prohibited. The fruit is harvested between 30 July and 30 September and must be done exclusively by hand, when it reaches full maturity and in several stages. The gathered fruit should be arranged in plastic containers with a capacity of 25 to 30 kg and then transported. For transport to the processing industry, the fruit arriving at the farm or community collection centre may later be transferred to individually identified containers in quantities not exceeding 2.5 quintals. The maximum yield is up to 80 tonnes per hectare.


    The quality of the product is the tomato itself. A raw material that is monitored from sowing to harvesting, with all the love and experience that only a centuries-old farming family culture can provide.