Los Gatos Tomato Products brings you high quality tomato paste, produced to your specifications

Los Gatos Tomato Products has earned a reputation for our commitment to quality, flavor, and service. From planting through processing we’re concentrating quality.

We produce only tomato paste! Our facility is highly automated with dual processing lines allowing great processing flexibility to zero in on customer specifications. The end result is great tasting, consistent tomato paste.

Los Gatos is a partnership of four family farming operations with deep roots in the Central Valley. We are all committed to the simple notion of passing our land and operations to future generations in bigger and better shape than we received it. We share the passion of feeding more people, with fewer resources.

For the highest quality tomato paste
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California has finished the 2015 tomato season in record fashion with processing 14,361,188 short tons.  This is slightly below the USDA's August intentions of 14,500,000 tons which was 4% greater than the 2014 crop.  

Harvest started the first week of July in the Southern growing regions and was completed through the middle of October.  The 2015 crop year had a low disease and pest pressures with cooperative weather.  As in 2014, the primary issue affecting the yield has been the availability of water.  The ongoing, extreme drought in California has forced growers to fallow land and cut back on acreage for many crops. However, despite the water concerns, the acreage devoted to procesing tomatoes has increased from last year.  The estimated harvest acreage of tomatoes was 293,000 acres, a 3% increase from 2014.  The 2015 field price for tomatoes was settled with the California Tomato Growers Association at $80.00 per short ton compared to $83.00 in 2014.  

Additional information pertaining to California’s weekly production numbers can be found at the PTAB (Processing Tomato Advisory Board) website http://www.ptab.org. Historical crop information and forecasts can be found at Western Consolidated website, http://www.westconfoods.com.