A sample of our products
With an annual production of 60 million tons and over 10,000 varieties, tomatoes remain one of the most popular fruits worldwide! They are a great source of Vitamin C, Potassium, Folate, Vitamin K. From Campari, Beefsteak, Yellow Beefsteak, Cherry on the Vine, Baby Heirloom and many more to choose from, we’ve got your tomato needs covered!
Did you know Portabello Mushrooms, Button Musrooms, and White Mushrooms are all the same Mushroom at different levels of maturity? Shitake, Oyster and White Button are three of the many varieties of mushrooms we carry. Low in calories, they are rich in selenium, vitamin D, and glutathione.
Boston Lettuce, Lolla Rossa and Black Kale. A couple items from our large selection, leafy greens are a great source of vitamins A, C, K, Calcium and Iron. In fact, Kale is considered one of the most nutrient-dense vegetables on the planet due to its many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Bell peppers also known as sweet peppers, come in a variety of colors and can be eaten raw or cooked. They grow on a short bush which can grow up to 3 and a half feet long. China is the world’s largest producer of Bell Peppers followed by Mexico, Turkey, Indonesia, and the United States. We carry a variety of colors and sizes.
Actually considered a fruit in technical terminology, Chinese Eggplants have a thinner skin and are less bitter than American Eggplants. China is the top eggplant producer in the world. Eggplants are a flowering plant that belong to the nightshade family.
Technically a fruit and known as the ‘Mexican Husk Tomato’, Tomatillos are also considered a nightshade fruit. Tart and citrus-y like the zing of a lime, Tomatillos are unique in their flavor profile. They bring acidity to a dish without the overt sweetness of some fruits like pineapple or kiwi!
Considered a fruit, avocados come packed with 4 grams of protein and are rich in fiber and vitamins such as lutein and vitamin E. In the past 15 years, per-capita avocado consumption has increased from two pounds per person to seven pounds per person. Holy guacamole that’s a lot of avocados!
Did you know potatoes contain more potassium than bananas? Also high in vitamin C and B6, potatoes are the fourth most popular crop in the planet following wheat, corn, and rice. They originated from South America and eventually spread to other countries.