Crunchy and convenient, our organic baby carrots are perfect for party platters, meal prep and after school snacks.<br><br>Storage<br> Refrigerate in the original package until opened. Once opened, store in a resealable plastic bag or other airtight container. Carrots should be stored in the refrigerator between 34 and 36 degrees Fahrenheit. To extend the shelf life of your carrots, you can place a damp paper towel in the bag or container, but avoid storing carrots in water as it will soften their texture
An exceptionally crisp and tasty carrot in four bright colours that light up your plate: white, yellow, light/dark orange, red, and deep purple. </br></br>This mix of carrots is rich in many nutrients and vitamins. Especially beta-carotene/vitamin A, are are shown to be helpful in protecting against cardiovascular disease. Purple carrots, in particular, are rich in anthocyanins.
A 5 lb bag of carrots. Perfect for juicing and for baking. Delicious breakfast boosts, and carrot cake. </br></br>Carrots are an excellent source of beta-carotene and a good source of fibre. Beta-carotene, the plant pigment that gives carrots their vivid orange color, is converted by the human body to vitamin A, which is an important vitamin for healthy eyes.
These are red beets and are rich in antioxidants and other health promoting vitamins and minerals. Try them raw, roasted, pickled, or pureed into soups. </br></br>The betalin pigments present in beets have repeatedly been shown to support activity within the body's detoxification process, activating and processing unwanted toxic substances up with small nutrient groups. Great source of folate and manganese.
A bunch of bright red radish! This variety has a milder flavour than most radishes, and adds some serious crunch to any salad. </br> </br> Radishes contain adequate levels of folates, vitamin B-6, riboflavin, thiamin and minerals such as iron, magnesium, copper and calcium. They are great sources of vitamin C, and contain health promoting anti-oxidants in the form of sulphorane.
The buttery, slightly spicy, sweet flavour of cooked parsnips is reminiscent of butterscotch, honey, and subtle cardamom. </br></br>Considered to be richer in vitamins and minerals than carrots, parsnips are a very healthy addition to our diets. Very high in carbohydrates (= Energy), and dietary fibre, they are also great sources of vitamins C, K, and E. Mineral rich, parsnips are a source of copper, and potassi'yum'.
Non Organic - Parsnips resemble carrots, but are paler in colour than most carrots, and have a sweeter taste, especially when cooked. </br></br>Considered to be richer in vitamins and minerals than carrots, parsnips are a very healthy addition to our diets. Very high in carbohydrates (= Energy), and dietary fibre, they are also great sources of vitamins C, K, and E. Mineral rich, parsnips are a source of copper, and potassi'yum'.
Rutabaga is a root veggie that originated as a cross between cabbage and turnips. Very popular in Scandinavian dishes, they can be mashed, roasted, or baked into a casserole. </br></br>Rutabaga has a natural sweetness the is enhanced by cooking. A good source of fibre, thiamin, vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus, and a very good source of vitamin C, potassium and manganese.
An edible and versitile root vegetable in the celery family. It can be mashed, roasted, or slow-cooked in a stew and has many medicinal properties. </br> </br> Celery Root is a surprising bundle of nutrients. It's a good source of vitamins C and B6, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, and Iron. It is also a good source of Dietary Fiber & protein.
$5.99/approx 400 g