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 Broccoli

The health benefits of broccoli are very extensive, not only are this vegetable loaded with essential nutrients, it also has therapeutic properties. Broccoli’s nutritional profile is impressive. It contains hi8gh levels of fiber as well as rich source of vitamins.

Iceberg Lettuce

This green leafy vegetable contains dietary fiber along with omega fatty acids that strengthens your health. This is a low calorie, low fat vegetable with high levels of proteins and nutrients. It is enriched with iron content that has many beneficial properties towards health.

Curl Lettuce

This delicate taste and slightly crispy textured lettuce is the basic ingredient in many salads. They are enriched with vitamins and nutrients and from time immemorial are known for their refreshing, purifying and sedative properties.

Romaine Green

Also known as Cos, this variety of head forming lettuce has a deep green, long leaves with crisp texture and deep taste. They are rich in potassium, folate and contain carotenoids. They are the perfect and traditional base for Caesar salads.

Pak Choi/Bok Choy

A staple in Asian cooking, Pak Choi is referred to as white cabbage. This veggie is packed with vitamins A and C. one cup of cooked Pak Choi provides the recommended dietary allowance of vitamins A and C.

Lollo Rosso

This loose-leafy lettuce has fringed and crinkled leaves that are tinged deep red at their ends, with a fairly tender, yet crisp texture. It contains the antioxidant quercetin and is a rich source of vitamins A, C, folate and iron.

Lettuce Oakleaf

This butter lettuce makes classy mixed salads. They are rich in minerals and vitamins, A,B,C,D and E.

Lemon Grass

Apart from its use in the manufacturing of soaps and perfumes, lemon grass is a tropical variety of grass with sweet, lemony scent. Lemon grass is particularly associated with Thai and South East Asian cooking.

Romaine Red

Also known as Cos, this variety of head forming lettuce has a deep red, long leaves with crisp texture and deep taste. They are rich in potassium, folate and contain carotenoids. They are the perfect and traditional base for Caesar salads.

Lettuce Endive

This slightly bitter flavored green leaf complements other green salads. Lettuce Endive is naturally low in calories, fat and sugars.

Lettuce Roquette

Also known as Arugula/Ruccola, this tin spiky leaf has a strong peppery flavor and has long seen its role in Italian cooking.

Lettuce Pink

Oregano

This warm, balsamic and aromatic flavor of Oregano makes it the perfect addition to the Mediterranean and Mexican cuisines. Not only does Oregano provide food flavor, there are a substantial number of health claims associated with its antioxidants and anti-bacterial properties.

Parsley Curly

Widely used in Middle Eastern, European and American cooking, Parsley is a source of antioxidants and vitamins K, C and A. the high chlorophyll content makes it a natural breath sweetener.

Red Cabbage

Cabbage, in general helps in lowering cholesterol and helps lower the risk of many types of cancer. Red cabbage in particular has twice vitamin C as green cabbage. Red cabbage is also packed with fiber, vitamin K, B6, potassium and manganese. They are great when sautéed.

Rosemary

This aromatic evergreen shrub is native to the Mediterranean and Asia. This plant is said to improve memory and are used to flavor various foods, such as stuffings and roast meats.

Sage

Sage has a slight peppery flavor and is a great flavoring agent for roasting chicken and other meats. Sage is valued for its antiseptic and astringent qualities.

Thyme

Thyme is a member of the mint family and is a popular herb in Europe and Mediterranean cooking.

Zucchini Green

Zucchini also known as Courgette adds an extra crunch to your green salads. It is one of the very low calorie vegetables and it contains no cholesterol.

Zucchini Yellow

This summer squash is 95% water, making it naturally low in calories and a good choice for weight loss diet. Zucchini is an excellent source of vitamins and potassium.

Haricot Beans

These are great in salads and soups. They are known to lower the cholesterol levels and lower blood pressure. Haricot beans are a good all-round food. They are also rich in soluble fiber.

Asparagus

Asparagus is a member of lily family. This is known for its most nutritionally well balanced vegetable in existence. This is a great source of folic acid, potassium and vitamin B6. These contain no fat or cholesterol.

Tarragon

Tarragon has an intensive flavor, that’s a unique mix of sweet aniseed and mild vanilla. Tarragon is a key herb in French cuisine and they are particularly suitable for chicken, fish and egg dishes.

Flat Parsley

Widely used in Middle Eastern, European and American cooking, Parsley is a source of antioxidants and vitamins K, C and A. the high chlorophyll content makes it a natural breath sweetener.

Basil

This culinary herb is from the mint family and has a licorice to clove flavor. This is most commonly associated with Mediterranean cooking and is prevalent in Asian food.

Brussel Sprouts

This miniature compact version of cabbage is high in sulforaphane. Brussel sprouts are low in fat and calories. They taste great when sautéed.

Chinese Cabbage

Chinese cabbage is one of the popular leafy cabbage vegetable in mainland China. They are incredibly low in calories. They are great in salads and sandwiches.

Fennel Blub

This highly aromatic and flavorful herb has culinary and medicinal uses. Fennel has its popularity from its Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. Fennel is an excellent source of vitamin C, folate, potassium and dietary fiber.

Leeks

Leeks like garlic and onion have their own distinct flavor. Leeks are a great source of several vitamins, iron, magnesium and manganese. They work well when added to everything from salads to soups.

Celery

This low calorie vegetable is well known for its crunchy stalks. Celery is used in weight loss diets, where it provides low-calorie dietary fibers.

Artichoke

Globe artichoke is great in taste when steamed or braised. The leaves are the source of a vast variety of health benefits. Artichoke leaf extract has proven to be an extremely beneficial food packed with illness fighting and age extending properties.

Cherry Tomato

These are small and very sweet. They have intense flavor and are good in salads, pasta sources or when roasted. The lycopene present in cherry tomato helps in reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

Chives

This herb has a mild orange flavor. Chives are one of the most sought after ingredients used for flavoring and garnishing recepies, especially in French and Mediterranean cuisines. Chives are very low on caloric and also a rich source of plant fiber, minerals and vitamins.

 

Red Capsicum

These crisp and incredibly sweet vegetables are the belle of the ball at any buffet table. They see their use from salads to pizzas. These are packed with vitamin C, B6 and magnesium.

Yellow Capsicum

These bell peppers are so colorful and contain health giving properties. These vividly colored vegetables are named after their shape. They are low in fat, calorie and high in water content and cholesterol free.

Dill Leaves

Fresh Dill leaves are widely used in European and Central Asia. These aromatic leaves are used to flavor many foods such as soups, meats and pickles. This popular herb contains no cholesterol and is low in calories.

Avocado

This fruit is not very sweet, but rich and distinctly yet subtly flavored smooth and almost creamy texture. They are popular in vegetarian cuisine, as a substitute for meats in sandwiches and salads because of its high fat content.

Baby Carrot

These sweet, crunchy, aromatic vegetables have high energizing properties. These are lunch box staple. They see their use in salads and soups.

Baby Corn

Commonly used in Asian cuisine, baby corn can be eaten raw or cooked. We give them as peeled or unpeeled.