Welcome to the Red Tomato website. These Terms and Conditions govern your use of the redtomato.org website. This website has been designed to provide general information about the Red Tomato mission, the farmers it serves, the products it sells and the markets it supplies.
Copyright Notice and Limited License
Everything you see and hear on this website and its sub-pages (the “Content”), including, for example, all of the text, photographs, illustrations, graphics, audio clips, video clips, and audio-video clips, is protected under United States law and applicable international copyright laws and treaty provisions. The copyrights in the content are owned by Red Tomato or by third parties who have given Red Tomato permission to use its content. The entire content of this site is protected as a collective work under United States law and applicable international copyright laws and treaties, and Red Tomato owns the copyright in both certain of the content itself and in the selection, coordination, arrangement and enhancement of the Content.
All of the trademarks, service marks and logos displayed on this website (the “Trademark(s)”) are registered or common law trademarks of Red Tomato, one of its partners, or third parties who have given Red Tomato permission to use its trademark for use on this website.
Some of the information, articles and other materials available through this site are provided to Red Tomato by third-parties. Wherever practical, in our opinion, the source of these third-party materials is identified. These third-party materials are provided for your interest and convenience only. Red Tomato accepts no responsibility for any use to which third party information is put.
Any information contained or referenced in this website is suitable only and is not to be construed other than as an introduction to Red Tomato and its mission. For specific advice about our mission or to partner with Red Tomato, please contact Red Tomato directly at [email protected].
Our website may contain forward-looking statements – i.e., statements not of historical fact, including statements about our beliefs and expectations. These statements are based on current plans, estimates and projections, and therefore readers should not place undue reliance on them.