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Ten days ago I've seen in a fruit shop some tomatoes named "Tomate Marmalin" in Spanish. The "Marmalin" word might be Catalan though. I can't find anything on internet about this variety, not even in Spanish. Does anyone know anything about this variety? I wonder if it has a name in English.

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This looks like one of the Beefsteak Tomato.

Probably the Marmande tomato; and its closely related to the name you give it in Spanish.

This at Dave's Garden.com seems to confirm with nice picture:

Hope it helps and bon appétit

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