This is the original, world-famous Campbell's Soup Company soup tomato, bred in New Jersey by Campbell's breeder George B. Reynard and released in 1956. The soup-can painted by Andy Warhol in 1962 was no doubt full of these tomatoes, which were once grown by farmers across southern New Jersey. Today, this rare commercial heirloom is mostly grown by home gardeners in the region where it was developed. The fruit itself is globe shaped, with a sweet-and-sour flavor making it more than suitable for fresh eating, canning, or cooking. A great sandwich slicer too. Productive, semi-determinate plants with mid-season maturity. Grown ecologically in New Jersey by the Experimental Farm Network.