From AnhuiTangshan Pear is sweet and juicy. Mix Tangshan pear with sugar as drink,it's good for your throat.
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 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 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.
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 ShanghaiPopular in Asian cuisine, enjoy sauteed, roasted, grilled or fried with vegetables such as asparagus, eggplant and bok choy. Locally sourced for a lower carbon footprint.
From Yantai,ShangdongWith ripe, ruby red skin and sweet golden flesh, the dark red natural pigment found in apple skin is high in the antioxidant quercetin – a natural remedy to eliminate harmful free radicals in the body.
From ShanghaiGrown locally, for a lower carbon footprint, and an excellent source of vitamin C, daikon has a peppery taste, similar to arugula or watercress. A popular ingredient in South Asian curries, lightly fry with chili, cilantro and lime juice.
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 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.