The whitest of white tomatoes, this variety also has one of the finest flavors among the whites, which can sometimes be rather bland. This rare heirloom was introduced in the mid 1800′s but was somehow lost more than 40 years ago. Since the recent rediscovery of the seeds, it has become especially popular for its enormous yield and lovely, creamy, almost seedless fruits. Fruity well-balanced flavor, and a favorite for an elegant creamy white tomato sauce; White Beauty, which was called ‘Snowball’ 150 years ago, continues to bear heavily throughout the season and stands up to cooler weather. When ripe, it takes on a creamy yellow hue and can reach up to 16 ounces but it usually around 10 ounces.