Gourmet & Baby Vegetables

Baby Vegetables are adorable, cute, and pretty pricey. They are as nutritious as regular-size vegetables and most offer a more tender and delicate taste. They can be served as hors d’oeuvres, snack and salad items.

  • Asparagus Green

    $3.29 /bunch
    1 pound Asparagus are green stalks, tender at the tip and somewhat woody at the end. Considered a delicacy since ancient times. Most importantly, it has an antioxidant which prevents certain cancers and diseases. Origin: Chile, Peru, Mexico, USA Availability: Year-Round
  • Baby Carrots

    $4.99 /bag
    12 oz Baby Carrots are the immature version, measuring 3 inches long. One of the most common and versatile ingredients, requiring no peeling and easy to cook. Certainly superior in texture, sweetness, and appearance. In addition, they're an excellent source of vitamin A and fiber Origin: Guatemala, Mexico Availability: Year-Round    
  • Baby Corn

    $2.99 /bag
    6 oz Baby Corn is the immature version, only smaller. Popular Asian vegetable consumed cooked or raw due to its sweet and juicy taste. Low fat; saturated fat-free, very low in sodium, cholesterol-free, and a good source of vitamin C. Origin: Guatemala Availability: Year-Round
  • Pepino Melon

    $1.99 each
    Pepino Melons are oval and have an elongated shape that tapers to a point at the end. When fully ripe, the flesh of a Pepino Melon is dark yellow to pale orange with a juicy, melon-like texture and sweet, honeyed aroma and flavor.
    Origin: Ecuador
    Availability: Year-Round
  • Aloe Vera

    $2.19 each
    Aloe leaves are botanically and commonly known as Aloe Vera. Most recipes suggest rinsing or soaking it. Raw Aloe can be blended with water, resulting in smoothies or other beverages. Origin: USA Availability: Year-Round
  • Radicchio

    $2.59 each
    Radicchio has deep red to purple leaves with bright white veins. The edges of the leaves are fairly thick and crisp. I It is eaten raw with just a bit of olive oil and salt, as well as mixed into a variety of salads. Origin: Guatemala Availability: Year-Round
  • Asparagus White

    $6.99 /bunch
    1 pound White Asparagus spears are pearly white, thick, and rounded. They're hard to find, as they are considered a rare spring delicacy. Additionally, what makes white asparagus unusual is the fact that it doesn't get any sun exposure. Origin: Chile, Peru, Mexico, USA Availability: Year-Round
  • Sugar Snap

    $3.89 /bag
    8 oz Sugar Snap are  a good source of vitamins A, C, Thiamin, and Niacin. Also, provide adequate amounts of phosphorous, iron and potassium. Sugar snap peas are a great addition to a healthy diet because they contain no cholesterol, almost no fat and are low in sodium. Origin: Guatemala, Peru Availability: Year-Round    
  • French Beans

    $2.69$3.99 /bag
    8 oz French Beans are tender, slender beans with green, rounded pods. They're eaten whole, including undeveloped seeds, when they are still young, juicy and tender. They have a delicate texture and sweet flavor. Origin: Guatemala Availability: Year-Round
  • 12 oz Each color of carrot has a different health benefit of its own: orange carrots promote healthy eyes and well-being. In addition, yellow carrots support good eye health and reduce the risk of hardening arteries. Also, red carrots are believed to guard against heart disease and cancers. Lastly, white protect against disease. Origin: Guatemala, Mexico Availability: Year-Round
  • 8 oz Baby Zucchini is similar to the mature version, only smaller. However, its flesh is more tender and the flavor is milder than the larger one. It serves a great source of vitamins and nutrients.
    Origin: Guatemala
    Availability: Year-Round
  • Snow Peas

    $2.99 /bag
    8 oz Snow Peas are flat with tiny seeds that can barely be seen through the pods. They are low in calories and high in Vitamins A and C; making them a must in a healthy diet. Origin: Guatemala, Peru Availability: Year-Round