Good tiny heirloom tomatoes "are like eating candy," said New York University nutrition professor Marion Nestle, who wasn't part of the study. "For people who care about how food tastes, it's a very big deal."
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"They're presenting the company's view of it. So it's marketing, not education," Nestle said.
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