Fresh Vegetables

Avocados

Smooth and creamy avocados originated in Mexico and are still a wildly popular part of Mexican cuisine. These tasty fruits (yes, fruits!) are as versatile as they are delicious, and are a tasty complement to a variety of dishes.

Small, Large & Extra Large

Features & Benefits

• Not just for Latin cuisine—great in salads, sandwiches, smoothies and even desserts
• High in heart-healthy fats and nutrients, including 20 different vitamins & minerals
• Avocados are a high fiber food and contain more potassium than bananas

 

Avocados, pouch

Smooth and creamy avocados originated in Mexico and are still a wildly popular part of Mexican cuisine. These tasty fruits (yes, fruits!) are as versatile as they are delicious, and are a tasty complement to a variety of dishes.

3 count pouch

Features & Benefits

• Not just for Latin cuisine—great in salads, sandwiches, smoothies and even desserts
• High in heart-healthy fats and nutrients, including 20 different vitamins & minerals
• Avocados are a high fiber food and contain more potassium than bananas

 

Avocados, mesh bag

Smooth and creamy avocados originated in Mexico and are still a wildly popular part of Mexican cuisine. These tasty fruits (yes, fruits!) are as versatile as they are delicious, and are a tasty complement to a variety of dishes.

3, 4 & 5 count bag

Features & Benefits

• Not just for Latin cuisine—great in salads, sandwiches, smoothies and even desserts
• High in heart-healthy fats and nutrients, including 20 different vitamins & minerals
• Avocados are a high fiber food and contain more potassium than bananas

 

Asparagus, bag

With its distinct and delicious flavor, plus scores of nutrients, it’s no wonder asparagus has been enjoyed for more than 2,000 years. Treasured by the ancient Greeks and Romans for its medicinal and culinary qualities, asparagus was also prized by King Louis XIV of France who cultivated asparagus in greenhouses to ensure a year round supply.

2 lb

Features & Benefits

• Asparagus takes 3 years from seed to harvest to produce usable vegetable “spears”
• Spears can grow 6 inches per day during a certain 6-7 week growing period
• A rich source of dietary fiber, asparagus also contains vitamins C, B, K and E, and minerals including iron, manganese and potassium

Asparagus, bunch

With its distinct and delicious flavor, plus scores of nutrients, it’s no wonder asparagus has been enjoyed for more than 2,000 years. Treasured by the ancient Greeks and Romans for its medicinal and culinary qualities, asparagus was also prized by King Louis XIV of France who cultivated asparagus in greenhouses to ensure a year round supply.

1 lb

Features & Benefits

• Asparagus takes 3 years from seed to harvest to produce usable vegetable “spears”
• Spears can grow 6 inches per day during a certain 6-7 week growing period
• A rich source of dietary fiber, asparagus also contains vitamins C, B, K and E, and minerals including iron, manganese and potassium

Asparagus, zip lock bag

With its distinct and delicious flavor, plus scores of nutrients, it’s no wonder asparagus has been enjoyed for more than 2,000 years. Treasured by the ancient Greeks and Romans for its medicinal and culinary qualities, asparagus was also prized by King Louis XIV of France who cultivated asparagus in greenhouses to ensure a year round supply.

1 lb

Features & Benefits

• Asparagus takes 3 years from seed to harvest to produce usable vegetable “spears”
• Spears can grow 6 inches per day during a certain 6-7 week growing period
• A rich source of dietary fiber, asparagus also contains vitamins C, B, K and E, and minerals including iron, manganese and potassium

Broccoli, wrapped

Broccoli originated in Italy off the Mediterranean coast. Not just a nutrient-rich dynamo, this veggie’s distinct texture and flavor is great as a side dish or an ingredient in a variety of main courses and soups that are loved by young and old alike.

1 head

Features & Benefits

• Broccoli is a member of the cabbage family, making it a “cruciferous” vegetable
• In addition to being high in fiber and vitamin A, broccoli is very high in vitamin C, with 1 serving being equivalent to that of an orange
• The average American eats over 4 pounds of broccoli per year



Sweet Baby Broccoli, tray

Broccoli originated in Italy off the Mediterranean coast. Not just a nutrient-rich dynamo, this veggie’s distinct texture and flavor is great as a side dish or an ingredient in a variety of main courses and soups that are loved by young and old alike. Sweet Baby Broccoli is a cross between Broccoli and Chinese Kale (Gai Lan).

8 oz

Features & Benefits

  • The long elegant stems of Sweet Baby Broccoli are sure to dress up any dish
  • Stems are 100% edible; uniquely sweet and tender from florets to stem
  • Taste tests have found our proprietary seed variety to be sweeter than other baby broccoli in the marketplace

 

Sweet Baby Broccoli, bunch

Broccoli originated in Italy off the Mediterranean coast. Not just a nutrient-rich dynamo, this veggie’s distinct texture and flavor is great as a side dish or an ingredient in a variety of main courses and soups that are loved by young and old alike. Sweet Baby Broccoli is a cross between Broccoli and Chinese Kale (Gai Lan).

Bunch

Features & Benefits

  • The long elegant stems of Sweet Baby Broccoli are sure to dress up any dish
  • Stems are 100% edible; uniquely sweet and tender from florets to stem
  • Taste tests have found our proprietary seed variety to be sweeter than other baby broccoli in the marketplace

Sweet Baby Broccoli, pouch

Broccoli originated in Italy off the Mediterranean coast. Not just a nutrient-rich dynamo, this veggie’s distinct texture and flavor is great as a side dish or an ingredient in a variety of main courses and soups that are loved by young and old alike. Sweet Baby Broccoli is a cross between Broccoli and Chinese Kale (Gai Lan).

1 lb

Features & Benefits

  • The long elegant stems of Sweet Baby Broccoli are sure to dress up any dish
  • Stems are 100% edible; uniquely sweet and tender from florets to stem
  • Taste tests have found our proprietary seed variety to be sweeter than other baby broccoli in the marketplace

 

Brussels Sprouts, mesh bag

Named after the capital of Belgium, where they may have first been cultivated, Brussels Sprouts look like tiny heads of cabbage. And the resemblance should come as no surprise since both belong to the same botanical family.

1 lb

Features & Benefits

• One cup of cooked Brussels Sprouts is only 56 calories
• Unlike most other fruits and vegetables, Brussels Sprouts don’t need to ripen before you cook/eat them
• Chock full of healthy nutrients, vitamins and minerals, Brussels Sprouts many health benefits are far-reaching

Brussels Sprouts, pouch

Named after the capital of Belgium, where they may have first been cultivated, Brussels Sprouts look like tiny heads of cabbage. And the resemblance should come as no surprise since both belong to the same botanical family.

1 & 2 lb

Features & Benefits

• One cup of cooked Brussels Sprouts is only 56 calories
• Unlike most other fruits and vegetables, Brussels Sprouts don’t need to ripen before you cook/eat them
• Chock full of healthy nutrients, vitamins and minerals, Brussels Sprouts many health benefits are far-reaching

Cabbage, green & red

Cabbage has long been a widespread dietary staple due to both its abundance and durability. The densely packed leaves in a head of cabbage are high in fiber, making this cruciferous vegetable good for digestion.

1 head

Features & Benefits

• Not just for salads, cabbage can be used raw or cooked, adding color, crunch and texture to a variety of dishes
• An abundant source of fiber, nutrients and vitamin C, cabbage also contains glutamine which is a strong anti-inflammatory agent
• Among its many health attributes, cabbage is known to reduce high blood pressure, aid in the prevention of some cancers and promote good eye health

Cauliflower, wrapped

Cauliflower belongs in the cabbage family, but most closely resembles broccoli, its distant cousin. Considered a nutritional powerhouse, cauliflower’s high nutritional value make it one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet.

1 head

Features & Benefits

• The head of a cauliflower is called a “curd”
• Cauliflower can be eaten raw, cooked or pickled
• Cauliflower is an excellent source of dietary fiber, vitamins C, K and B, as well as minerals including potassium and magnesium

Baby Carrots

Known as one of the sweetest root vegetables, carrots are one of America’s favorite veggies. Their bright color, crunchy texture and amazing versatility make them a must-have for kids and adults alike.

1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 lb

Features & Benefits

• When first cultivated, carrots were grown for their leaves and seeds rather than their roots, which is what we now think of as carrots
• Carrots were originally white or purple until a yellow carrot appeared through mutation, and the familiar orange carrot was bred from it
• Crunchy, tasty and highly nutritious, carrots are a particularly good source of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants

Baby Carrot Snack Pack

Known as one of the sweetest root vegetables, carrots are one of America’s favorite veggies. Their bright color, crunchy texture and amazing versatility make them a must-have for kids and adults alike.

4 (2.25 oz bags)

Features & Benefits

  • Kids love ‘em and these Snack Packs make them easy to include in a variety of occasions
  • Great for lunches, snack time, road trips, ball games and beach days…grab ‘em and go
  • Crunchy, tasty and highly nutritious, carrots are a particularly good source of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants

Carrots, cello bag

Known as one of the sweetest root vegetables, carrots are one of America’s favorite veggies. Their bright color, crunchy texture and amazing versatility make them a must-have for kids and adults alike.

1, 2, 3 & 5 lb

Features & Benefits

• When first cultivated, carrots were grown for their leaves and seeds rather than their roots, which is what we now think of as carrots
• Carrots were originally white or purple until a yellow carrot appeared through mutation, and the familiar orange carrot was bred from it
• Crunchy, tasty and highly nutritious, carrots are a particularly good source of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants

Sweet Baby Supreme Carrots

Known as one of the sweetest root vegetables, carrots are one of America’s favorite veggies. Their bright color, crunchy texture and amazing versatility make them a must-have for kids and adults alike.

12 oz

Features & Benefits

• When first cultivated, carrots were grown for their leaves and seeds rather than their roots, which is what we now think of as carrots
• Carrots were originally white or purple until a yellow carrot appeared through mutation, and the familiar orange carrot was bred from it
• Crunchy, tasty and highly nutritious, carrots are a particularly good source of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants

Celery, hearts

As much a household staple as onions and potatoes, celery is valued for its crisp texture and distinctive flavor. This 'stalky' vegetable is widely used for appetizers, as a salad ingredient, or a flavorful addition to a variety of soups and cooked dishes.

1 count

Features & Benefits

• Fresh, crunchy celery is a great source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals
• Celery provides dietary fiber, and its unique compounds make it a natural diuretic that helps reduce bloating
• When celery is boiled or blanched (in soups), it loses more than 1/3 of its nutrients; if not eaten raw, the best cooking method to keep most of their antioxidants intact is steaming

Celery, wrapped

As much a household staple as onions and potatoes, celery is valued for its crisp texture and distinctive flavor. This 'stalky' vegetable is widely used for appetizers, as a salad ingredient, or a flavorful addition to a variety of soups and cooked dishes.

1 count

Features & Benefits

• Fresh, crunchy celery is a great source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals
• Celery provides dietary fiber, and its unique compounds make it a natural diuretic that helps reduce bloating
• When celery is boiled or blanched (in soups), it loses more than 1/3 of its nutrients; if not eaten raw, the best cooking method to keep most of their antioxidants intact is steaming

Cucumbers

Cucumbers are the fourth most widely cultivated vegetable in the world. These cool customers are members of the gourd family which also includes botanical cousins zucchini, watermelon, pumpkin, melons and squash. The versatility of this popular vine vegetable has evolved them from salad toppers to creative ingredient ideas used in many other dishes and types of cuisine.

3 count

Features & Benefits

  • Cucumbers are low in fat, cholesterol and sodium and are a good source of vitamins A, C and K
  • These veggies are 90% water, but still have a mild refreshing flavor and crunch
  • Cucumbers that have been waxed can be peeled prior to use, but the skins are also fine to eat adding color and crunch to any dish

Mini Cucumbers

Cucumbers are the fourth most widely cultivated vegetable in the world. These cool customers are members of the gourd family which also includes botanical cousins zucchini, watermelon, pumpkin, melons and squash. The versatility of this popular vine vegetable has evolved them from salad toppers to creative ingredient ideas used in many other dishes and types of cuisine.

And who doesn’t love a cute baby? Not only adorable, Mini Cucumbers are tender with a softer skin and are great for quick healthy snacks, dipping and pickling.

1 lb

Features & Benefits

• Cucumbers are low in fat, cholesterol and sodium and are a good source of vitamins A, C and K
• These veggies are 90% water, but still have a mild refreshing flavor and crunch
• Cucumbers that have been waxed can be peeled prior to use, but the skins are also fine to eat adding color and crunch to any dish

Eggplant

Eggplants belong to the nightshade family of vegetables, which also includes tomatoes, bell peppers and potatoes. Also known as Aubergine, these vine fruit (yes fruit, not vegetables) grow from hanging vines that can reach several feet in height. Different varieties range slightly in taste and texture, but generally eggplant has a slightly bitter taste and spongy texture.

2 count

Features & Benefits

• Eggplants contain a host of vitamins, minerals, and important phytonutrients and antioxidants
• These elongated egg-shaped veggies were first cultivated in China in the 5th century B.C.
• Although they look hardy, eggplants are actually very perishable and are sensitive to both heat and cold; 50 degrees F is the ideal storage temperature

Green Onions, bunch

Green onions are the young shoots of bulb onions. Often used as the perfect finishing touch on a variety of dishes, green onions are also enjoyed raw in salads, salsas and dips. They’re also a zesty staple for grilling, sautéing and stir frying.

Bunch

Features & Benefits

• Green onions are also known as scallions or spring onions
• They are one of the earliest cultivated crops, and are the most widely cultivated and distributed allium in the world
• Green onions contain a wide variety of health-enhancing vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals

Green Onions, bag

Green onions are the young shoots of bulb onions. Often used as the perfect finishing touch on a variety of dishes, green onions are also enjoyed raw in salads, salsas and dips. They’re also a zesty staple for grilling, sautéing and stir frying.

5.5 oz bag

Features & Benefits

• Green onions are also known as scallions or spring onions
• They are one of the earliest cultivated crops, and are the most widely cultivated and distributed allium in the world
• Green onions contain a wide variety of health-enhancing vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals

Baby Bella Mushrooms

Mushrooms, toadstools, fungi…whatever the name, mushrooms are revered in the culinary world and thought of as the pièce de résistance in a number of dishes and gastronomic applications. There are approximately 140,000 species of mushrooms in the world, with just over twenty species being commercially cultivated.

8, 10 & 16 oz

Features & Benefits

• Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms
• Enhance the depth of flavor to sauces—a must for marsalas
• Perfect for popular appetizer favorite stuffed mushrooms 

Baby Bella Stuffer Caps

Mushrooms, toadstools, fungi…whatever the name, mushrooms are revered in the culinary world and thought of as the pièce de résistance in a number of dishes and gastronomic applications. There are approximately 140,000 species of mushrooms in the world, with just over twenty species being commercially cultivated.

6 oz

Features & Benefits

• Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms
• Enhance the depth of flavor to sauces—a must for marsalas
• Perfect for popular appetizer favorite stuffed mushrooms 

Portabella Mushroom Caps

A larger relative of white and crimini mushrooms, portabellas are allowed to mature longer and their caps can reach up to 6” in width. Freshly harvested portabellas are light tan colored with slightly rough, rounded caps. They can be used in the same ways as whites and criminis; however their size, “meaty” flavor and texture make them an excellent choice for marinating and grilling, sautéing whole or in thick slices as a beef hamburger replacement in veggie burgers.

6 & 20 oz

Features & Benefits

  • Ready to use right out of package; no mess, no prep, no clean up 
  • Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms 
  • Enhance the depth of flavor to sauces—a must for marsalas 

Enoki Mushrooms

These long, thin mushrooms have a small cap at one end and grow in clusters, resembling some kind of strange sea anemone. Enoki have a mild flavor, a slightly crisp texture and are very easy to use. Simply trim off the base and add the raw caps and stems to salads, sandwiches, or on cooked foods as a garnish. To retain their crisp texture, they should be enjoyed raw and not cooked or heated.

3.5 oz

Features & Benefits

• Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms 
• Enhance the drama of any dish using Enoki mushrooms as a fresh garnish 
• Great for salads and sandwiches; to keep their crisp texture, make sure to eat/use them uncooked

 

Oyster Mushrooms

Named for their oyster-shell shape, these delicate velvety mushrooms come in shades of cream, beige, yellow and gray. Because they are more fragile than most other mushrooms, oyster mushrooms should be used shortly after purchase and added to dishes at the end of the cooking time. Oyster mushrooms have a delicate odor and flavor and are found in many Japanese and Chinese dishes such as soups and stir-fries.

3.5 oz

Features & Benefits

• Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms 
• Add to dishes at the end of cooking time to ensure their best texture and flavor 
• Great for Asian-inspired dishes including pho’s, soups and stir fries

Shiitake Mushrooms

These tan to dark brown mushrooms have umbrella-shaped caps (that curl under slightly), open “veils” and tan “gills.” They have a light woodsy flavor and aroma, and are best when thoroughly cooked. The stems tend to be woody and should be removed before cooking; however they can be added to stocks for flavor intensity.

3.5 oz

Features & Benefits

  • Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms  
  • Shiitake’s are best when thoroughly cooked
  • Be sure to remove “woody” stems before cooking, unless adding to stock for flavor 

Stir Fry Mushroom Blend

Mushrooms, toadstools, fungi…whatever the name, mushrooms are revered in the culinary world and thought of as the pièce de résistance in a number of dishes and gastronomic applications. There are approximately 140,000 species of mushrooms in the world, with just over twenty species being commercially cultivated.

4 oz

Features & Benefits

• Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms 
• Add to dishes at the end of cooking time to ensure their best texture and flavor 
• Great for Asian-inspired dishes including pho’s, soups and stir fries

Gourmet Whole Mushrooms

These are the most widely available fresh mushrooms and they come in various sizes from button to jumbo. “Whites” have a mild flavor, smooth round appearance, and their color ranges from creamy white to beige.

24 oz

Features & Benefits

  • Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms
  • Perfect for popular appetizer favorite stuffed mushrooms
  • Great for stir fries, sauces, grilling and kabobs

Gourmet Stuffing Mushrooms

These are the most widely available fresh mushrooms and they come in various sizes from button to jumbo. “Whites” have a mild flavor, smooth round appearance, and their color ranges from creamy white to beige.

10 & 14 oz

Features & Benefits

  • Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms
  • Perfect for popular appetizer favorite stuffed mushrooms
  • Great for stir fries, sauces, grilling and kabobs

Mushroom Stuffer Caps

These are the most widely available fresh mushrooms and they come in various sizes from button to jumbo. “Whites” have a mild flavor, smooth round appearance, and their color ranges from creamy white to beige.

6 oz

Features & Benefits

  • Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms
  • Perfect for popular appetizer favorite stuffed mushrooms
  • Great for stir fries, sauces, grilling and kabobs

Petite Mushrooms

These are the most widely available fresh mushrooms and they come in various sizes from button to jumbo. “Whites” have a mild flavor, smooth round appearance, and their color ranges from creamy white to beige.

6 oz

Features & Benefits

  • Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms
  • Perfect for popular appetizer favorite stuffed mushrooms
  • Great for stir fries, sauces, grilling and kabobs

Whole Mushrooms

These are the most widely available fresh mushrooms and they come in various sizes from button to jumbo. “Whites” have a mild flavor, smooth round appearance, and their color ranges from creamy white to beige.

8, 10, 12 & 16 oz

Features & Benefits

  • Jazz up your dishes with a variety of prepped and ready to use mushrooms
  • Perfect for popular appetizer favorite stuffed mushrooms
  • Great for stir fries, sauces, grilling and kabobs

Red, Yellow & White Onions

Red Onions are pungent, spicy and crunchy. Great raw in salads, sandwiches, tacos and pizza, these onions will bring a beautiful pop of color and a satisfying crunch to any dish.

Yellow Onions are the most popular onion in the U.S. with some 90% of the onions grown in American being yellow. Their mild flavor make them the go-to onions for many usages and recipes. Great in soups, stews and braises, yellow onions also add a sweet and desirable flavor when sautéed into caramelized gooey goodness for a variety of dishes.

White Onions are similar to their yellow onion cousins, but a bit sweeter and more fragile. Often enjoyed raw in salads, sandwiches, on pizzas and more, these onions are also very popular in Latin American cuisine.

2, 3, 5, 10, 25 & 50 lb

Features & Benefits

• Red Onions are a good source of chromium which can help control glucose levels
• Onions have a longer shelf life than most fresh vegetables, lasting up to 4-6 weeks when kept whole and stored in a dark dry place
• To reduce tearing up when cutting onions, chill the onion first for 30 minutes and leave the root end intact when cutting up the onion

Vidalia Sweet Onions

When we say sweet onions, we mean sweet onions. These beauties boast a sweet mild flavor and the versatility to use in a variety of ways. From roasting whole or grilling, to thinly sliced in salads or fried into golden crispy onion rings. Whatever your culinary desires are, these onions will not disappoint.

3 & 5 lb

Features & Benefits

• Vidalia onions with their sweet flavor (yes, sweet!), and lacking the sharp spicy characteristic of other onion varieties, are often enjoyed raw as well as cooked
• Some sweet onion varieties can be identified by their flatter shape compared to the round circular shape of other onions
• Vidalia onions are only grown in a region of South Georgia and are available from April to early fall each year

Green Bell Peppers

These mild peppers provide a one-two punch of color and crunch. Bell peppers typically have three or four “lobes” (or sections) which creates the bell shape, hence their name. Though bell peppers are about 92% water, they’re loaded with various vitamins minerals, and are exceptionally rich in vitamin C. Among a variety of unique and flavorful usage ideas, bell peppers are great stuffed, used in stir fries and are always a popular item in vegetable trays with dips or hummus.

4 count

Features & Benefits

  • An essential ingredient in sizzling hot fajitas, adding color, crunch and flavor
  • Peppers are actually fruits because they are produced from a flowering plant and contain seeds
  • The scientific name for bell peppers is Capsicum Annum, which they are referred to as in many parts of the world

 

Sweet Red Peppers

These mild peppers provide a one-two punch of color and crunch. Bell peppers typically have three or four lobes-or sections-which creates the bell shape, hence their name. Though bell peppers are about 92% water, they’re loaded with various vitamins minerals, and are exceptionally rich in vitamin C. Among a variety of unique and flavorful usage ideas, bell peppers are great stuffed, used in stir fries and are always a popular item in vegetable trays with dips or hummus.

1.5 lb

Features & Benefits

  • Peppers are actually fruits because they are produced from a flowering plant and contain seeds
  • An essential ingredient in sizzling hot fajitas, adding color, crunch and flavor
  • Red bell peppers are simply green peppers that have been left on the vine to ripen; and the riper peppers get, the sweeter they are

 

Mini Sweet Peppers

Mini sweet peppers are small peppers with big taste. Crunchy and crisp mini peppers have a sweet mild flavor, and are not hot like their chili pepper cousins. These crunchy little beauties are some of Mother Nature’s most colorful and unique natural snacks.

1 & 2 lb

Features & Benefits

• Mini Peppers have few seeds, unlike their bell pepper kin
• Vibrantly colored, mini peppers come in red, yellow and orange
• Versatile and easy to use in recipes, or enjoyed raw

CarbSmart™ Yellow Potatoes

With less than half the carbs of rice or pasta, people can indulge in the creamy texture and buttery flavor of this new potato variety without any guilt. Whether baked, mashed, boiled or grilled, these potatoes are Carbs Well Spent™.

5 lb

Features & Benefits

• Contain 40% daily value of vitamin C
• Offer 30% less carbs than a medium banana
• Not just for mashing, these yellow-fleshed potatoes are very versatile and ideal for a variety of baked dishes, roasts, casseroles and stews

Golden Potatoes

These delicious yellow potatoes have a characteristic bright to light golden flesh and a buttery flavor that’s perfect for lighter cooking. Used for roasting, mashing and salads, golden potatoes are also a popular grilling potato with their dense flesh and sweet flavor profile that creates a caramelized flavor.

3, 5 & 10 lb

Features & Benefits

• Excellent source of vitamin C
• Fat, sodium and cholesterol-FREE
• The yellow pigment in golden potatoes is created by the antioxidant carotenoids

Idaho Russet Potatoes

Grown in the rich volcanic soil of Southeast Idaho, these Idaho® Russet potatoes are light and fluffy and ideal for baking, frying and mashing. The superior texture and taste are sure to complement any dish they accompany.

3, 5, 8, 10, 15 & 20 lb

Features & Benefits

• America’s favorite spud, russets are great to use for baked potatoes, mashed potatoes, French fries and puréed soups
• Good source of vitamin B6, potassium, copper and vitamin C
• Store in a cool, dark and well ventilated place for up to 3-5 weeks

Idaho Russet Potatoes 4 count tray

Grown in the rich volcanic soil of Southeast Idaho, these Idaho® Russet potatoes are light and fluffy and ideal for baking, frying and mashing. The superior texture and taste are sure to complement any dish they accompany.

4 count tray

Features & Benefits

• America’s favorite spud, russets are great to use for baked potatoes, mashed potatoes, French fries and puréed soups
• Good source of vitamin B6, potassium, copper and vitamin C
• Store in a cool, dark and well ventilated place for up to 3-5 weeks

Klondike Goldust® Potatoes

Klondike Goldust® is the perfect union of beautiful golden skin, vivid golden flesh, creamy texture and delightful flavor. This unique yellow potato pairs a hearty potato flavor with a dense, buttery flesh for a true taste sensation.

3, 5 & 10 lb

Features & Benefits

• Excellent source of vitamin C
• Fat, sodium and cholesterol-FREE
• The yellow pigment in golden potatoes is created by the antioxidant carotenoids

Klondike Gourmet® Mini Potatoes

Our line of Klondike Gourmet® Mini Potatoes offer a variety of potato options for every spud lover in the family. The six petite potato products in the Klondike Gourmet® family offer consumers an assortment of potato possibilities in smaller package sizes.

24 oz

Features & Benefits

• Great starting point for a variety of savory side dishes
• Six varieties to choose from: red-yellow fleshed, yellow-yellow fleshed, purple-purple fleshed, red-white fleshed, fingerlings and medley (multi-color)

Red Potatoes

Our fresh red potatoes are a culinary classic, adding a pop of color to any dish. Ranging from dark ruby red to reddish pink on the outside, and creamy white on the inside, these potatoes have a thin skin and firm smooth texture. Ideal for salads and roasts, these little beauties are also great for soups and stews.

3, 5 & 10 lb

Features & Benefits

• Excellent source of vitamin C
• Fat, sodium and cholesterol-FREE
• Store in a cool, dark and well ventilated place for up to 3-5 weeks

Russet Potatoes

These traditional brown-skinned, white fleshed potatoes are the most popular potato in the U.S. and a staple in many homes and restaurants. Light and fluffy when cooked, russets are ideal for baking, frying, and mashing.

5, 8, 10 & 15 lb

Features & Benefits

• America’s favorite spud, russets are great to use for baked potatoes, mashed potatoes, French fries and puréed soups
• Good source of vitamin B6, potassium, copper and vitamin C
• Store in a cool, dark and well ventilated place for up to 3-5 weeks

White Potatoes

With their delicate skin, brilliant white to cream colored flesh, and smooth velvety texture, these white potatoes are sure to please every taste bud. These versatile potatoes hold their shape well after cooking, making them ideal for salads. But they are also great for steaming, boiling, frying or mashing.

5 & 10 lb

Features & Benefits

• Excellent source of vitamin C
• Fat, sodium and cholesterol-FREE
• Store in a cool, dark and well ventilated place for up to 3-5 weeks

Yellow Squash

Squash is one of the most versatile and delicious vegetables and packs a serious punch in terms of health benefits. Yellow squash and its cousin, Zucchini—which are sometimes referred to as “summer squash”—are readily available year round.

5 count

Features & Benefits

• Squashes are one of the oldest known crops—discovered to be farmed over 10,000 years ago
• The word squash comes from the Native American word askutasquash, which means eaten raw or uncooked
• Squashes are a good source of minerals, carotenes, antioxidants, fiber and potassium, and are low in fat, sodium and calories

Zucchini

Squash is one of the most versatile and delicious vegetables and packs a serious punch in terms of health benefits. Yellow squash and its cousin, Zucchini—which are sometimes referred to as “summer squash”—are readily available year round.

5 count

Features & Benefits

• Squashes are one of the oldest known crops—discovered to be farmed over 10,000 years ago
• The word squash comes from the Native American word askutasquash, which means eaten raw or uncooked
• Squashes are a good source of minerals, carotenes, antioxidants, fiber and potassium and are low in fat, sodium and calories

Snow Peas

The snow pea has flat pods and thin pod walls. It is eaten whole, with both the seeds and the pod. They are very nutritious and even more enjoyable to eat in a veggie side dish or used in a variety of dishes and applications.

6 oz

Features & Benefits

• Prepped and ready-to-use right out of the package. Often eaten whole as a snack or stir-fried and steamed.
• Make healthful and tasty dishes in a fraction of the time
• A variety of meal possibilities are at your fingertips with no mess, no prep and no clean up

Sugar Snap Peas

The snap pea, also known as the sugar snap pea, is an edible-pod pea with rounded pods and thick pod walls. They are very nutritious and even more enjoyable to eat in a veggie side dish or used in a variety of dishes and applications.

8 & 12 oz

Features & Benefits

• Prepped and ready-to-use right out of the package. Often eaten whole as a snack or stir-fried and steamed.
• Make healthful and tasty dishes in a fraction of the time
• A variety of meal possibilities are at your fingertips with no mess, no prep and no clean up