Savoy cabbage becomes a wrapper for a delicious mix of beef, pork or chicken, herbs, and basmati brown rice. Cabbage...
Our Leafy Greens Variety
Spinach is one of the most nutritious foods available. It’s low in calories and bursting with vitamins, including Vitamins A and C. It also contains more than a dozen individual flavonoid compounds, which work together as cancer-fighting antioxidants.
Deemed as one of the healthiest vegetables on the plant, Kale is a nutrition powerhouse. It’s an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K, has a good amount of calcium for a vegetable, and also supplies folate and potassium.
Mustard greens are very helpful in reducing the risk of certain types of cancers. The high amount of fiber, folate and antioxidants help to remove free radicals from the body. They have a peppery taste and give off a mustardy smell during cooking.
One cup of cooked leaves of Swiss Chard has enough calcium to support healthy bones and prevent osteoporosis. Swiss chard maintains proper heart health, is chocked full of antioxidants and contains high amounts of fiber, which that helps to reduce blood cholesterol.
If you find darker greens too bitter, try romaine. The medley of nutrients romaine provides includes beta-carotene, folate, potassium and Vitamin C.