How much does a tomato cost in Australia?

The price of tomatoes in Australia can be confusing, as they can vary from region to region.

The supermarket chain Dunkin Donuts, for example, has a range of tomato prices.

You can also buy fresh tomatoes in stores.

To find out how much a tomato costs in your area, use the below calculator.

The price shown in this calculator is based on the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ current seasonality index for tomatoes, which is calculated by taking the average price for the current season for each region in Australia.

If you are in a region with no seasonality, this number will be 0.

If your region has seasonality it will be 1.

So if you are on the south coast of Australia, your average seasonality value for tomatoes will be around $0.99 per 100 grams.

The average price of a tomato in NSW is around $2.50 per 100 g.

For example, if you live in South Australia and your average tomato price is around the $2 per 100g mark, your total cost of a single tomato is $3.50.

The cheapest way to buy tomatoes in NSW will be to buy from your local supermarket.

To do so, use our Find a Local Tomato website.