From ShanghaiCompletely unique from the western-style orange yam, the Chinese Mountain Yam is a tuber with a taste similar to radish when raw. In Japanese and Chinese cuisine it is often used in soups and stews, where the gooey texture acts as a natural thickener. Enjoy also in Asian stir-fries. Locally grown for a lower carbon footprint.
From ShanghaiA summer squash that can be steamed, boiled, grilled, stuffed and baked, barbecued, fried, or incorporated in other recipes such as soufflés. Or slice into thin ribbons and enjoy in summery salads. Extremely low in calories, packed full of fiber and a great source of vitamin C and manganese. Locally sourced for a lower carbon footprint.
From Shouguang, ShandongTomatoes contain vitamin BI, vitamin B2. It's popular among Chinese.You can eat it directly or cook with eggs.
From ThailandLongan fruit has similar in appearance to lychees, they have a more mellow sweetness. Longan are consumed across China and south east Asia, either as a snack or added to soups, stews and tonics.
From FujianSeasonal fruit with juicy, deep red flesh. Packed with more vitamin C than 8 apples combined, a pomelo has powerful immune boosting properties as well as a delicious citrus flavor. Slice into segments and enjoy in a spicy Thai style salad.
From New ZealandKiwi from New zealand has juiciness and naturally sweet flavor. Eat one or two as mid-morning snack, it's a easy way to keep healthy.
From AmericaOrange from America and Australia is bright in color with smooth peel and crunchy, juicy flesh. Packed with vitamin C, these oranges are an indulgent way to ready your natural defenses against seasonal coughs and colds.
From Xiamen, FujianOften eat eggplant, can play a prevention of hypertension, coronary heart disease, aging and other effects. Try stir-frying with garlic, chili, soy, vinegar, sugar, and ground pork for your own version of a Sichuan classic.
From HainanPitaya is a high nutritional fruit. Cut it into pieces, put some honey, it well taste more delicious.
From ShanghaiCucumber is the most popular food for people who want lose weight.It is excellent for salads and pickling.
From Taidou,JiangsuPacked with vitamins, iron and dietary fiber, our nutritious broccoli is ideal stir-fried, steamed or added to soups. One of an increasing list of superfoods that easily enhances a healthy diet. Locally grown for a lower carbon footprint.
From Mengzi,YunnanPete thin, pink skin color (no ordinary pomegranate Yan), crystal fruit, soft seeds, the juice, the meat is high, and as a must
From Jinhua,ZhejiangSimilar in appearance to yam, it’s a great substitute for potatoes and a tasty addition to any stews or soups. Handle with the rubber gloves when peeling as the skin has mild irritant properties.
From ShanghaiCarrots are rich in beta carotene, vitamin A and a range of beneficial nutrients. Enjoy crisp, sweet carrots as crudités or tossed into stir fries.
From ShanghaiPersimmon is rich in sucrose, glucose, fructose, protein, carotene, vitamin C, citrulline, iodine, calcium, phosphorus, iron.
From ShanghaiHigh in vitamins B6 and C as well as fiber, folate and antioxidants, asparagus is highly nutritious. Lightly steam or shave the succulent stems into salads, pasta dishes, omelets or risottos to give your dish a fresh springtime twist.
From ShanghaiPleurotus, a variety of mushroom is known for its almond flavor and meat hypertrophy, such as abalone taste named. In recent years the development of successful cultivation of set edible, medicinal, therapeutic in one of the rare mushroom new varieties boosts yield.