Green Beans

Green Beans are sometimes referred to as “string beans” for the fibrous string that ran along the seam of the bean. However, the string no longer exists in modern varieties, making them even more enjoyable to eat in a veggie side dish or used in a variety of dishes and applications.

12, 24 & 32 oz

Features & Benefits

• Green beans are not considered a bean in terms of nutrition; they are more nutritionally comparable to other pod vegetables, such as snap peas and okra
• Teeming with lots of good stuff, green beans are a rich source of vitamins A, C and K and also contain folate, thiamin, riboflavin, iron, magnesium and potassium
• Green beans are a versatile vegetable that can be grown in many different climates, which has helped make them such a popular and globally recognized food