“Big Zac” is truly a big boy, both in plant and in fruit. These hybrid plants are stocky and wide, with good, solid 2-3 inch stalks that are needed to support the weight of the fruit. It’s considered to be the world’s largest tomato with fruit reaching 3-7 pounds each! Ripe “Big Zacs” are glossy red and absolutely scrumptious. This blue ribbon winner was developed by Minnie Zaccaria of New Jersey by crossing two heirloom varieties. It won the New Jersey Championship in 1995 and 1997 and won the Week’s Giant Growers Contest in 1998. These tomatoes are excellent for sandwiches and salads. Grow a huge prize-winning tomato in your garden this year!