A thread was initiated in the Tomato Forum ( link below to the most pertinent and only reference with a picture), on the so called first such hybrid.
I remain very skeptical and ask for comment.
I know peppers and tomatoes cannot cross pollinate.
I know that tomato/potato and reciprocal grafts can be and have been done and I think I actually remember an eggplant/potato or eggplant/tomato graft once being reported.
But I've never read or heard of a tomato/pepper graft.
As you'll see from the below link, "growers" are apparently supplying them with these so called hybrids and another link in the same post specifies a grower, not by name, in Michigan.
I know of a tomato variety called Red Cup, which is a hollow stuffing tomato and I seem to recall it's also been called Red Bell Pepper tomato in the past.
If they refer to these fruits as hybrids then I'm not so much thinking grafts.
But I'm not as up to date on somatic cell hybridization as perhaps I should be, so I invite all comments, please.
Here is a link that might be useful: Tomato/Pepper Hybrid?????