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
• 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