Sugar Snap Peas

Sugar Snap Peas, also known as snap peas, are a cultivar group of edible-podded peas that differ from snow peas in that their pods are round as opposed to flat. Like their snow pea cousins, sugar snap peas are a legume—a cross between English shelling peas and Chinese snow peas.

8 & 16 oz

Features & Benefits

• A 100-calorie serving of Sugar Snap Peas contains more protein than a whole egg
• Sugar Snap Peas can be enjoyed as easy finger food with dips or hummus, or used raw in salads and vegetable platters
• A stir fry favorite, but overcooking snap peas will cause them to lose their sweet flavor while making them less crunchy