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 ShanghaiCucumber is the most popular food for people who want lose weight.It is excellent for salads and pickling.
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 Shouguang,ShandongSlightly sweeter than Western varieties, naturally low in calories and fat but high in vitamin C and potassium.
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, ShandongLightly sweet with a satisfying crunch, red and yellow peppers are a rich source of vitamin C – the most nutritious bell pepper variety. Roast, stuff, stir-fry or enjoy raw with salads and dips.
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 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 Shouguang,ShandongHigh in vitamin C with a crisp, mild flavor, don’t trim and throw away the white ribbed insides – this part has the highest concentration of vitamins. Enjoy raw or cooked.
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 mix between flat snap peas and thick garden peas, sugar snaps have a fresh, sweet flavor and a satisfying crunch. The whole pod is edible and can be enjoyed raw or cooked – a great healthy snack. Locally grown for a lower carbon footprint.
From ShanghaiMild in flavor but with a faint, unmistakably garlic bite. Eat fresh, add to salads and dips, or use as a garnish for baked potatoes and eggs.
From ShanghaiAs well as adding aroma, taste and nutrition to dishes,Garlic has been used as a medicine for centuries to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
From ShanghaiThey feature largely in Asian cusines and have a sweet,nutty flavor and crisp texture.They can be stir-fried or cooked in traditional Chinese dishes.In addtion,they contain the dietary necessities of fresh vegetable protein and fiber, as well as C and B vitamins.
From ShanghaiNeutrally flavored with a satisfyingly soft texture that has just a little bite. Cut away the skin, discard the seeds, then boil or steam large chunks or stir-fry thin slices.
From Linyi, ShandongAs well as adding aroma, taste and nutrition to dishes, Garlic has been used as a medicine for centuries to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
From Handan，HebeiMilder and sweeter than regular green cabbage, with a crisp, firm texture. Great in vinegar based slaws or homemade kimchi, enjoy as low carb wraps or chop into soups and stir-fries.
From Linyi,ShandongFragrant, punchy ginger for a kick of earthy spice.It's also thought to be a natural remedy for a host of minor discomforts including nausea and inflammation.
From Shouzhou,ShangdongTomatoes contain vitamin BI, vitamin B2. It's popular among Chinese.You can eat it directly or cook with eggs.
From ShanghaiCrisp, fibrous celery, low in calories with a clean mild flavor. Great for soups, salads, juices and healthy snacking. Locally grown for a lower carbon footprint.
From ShanghaiBok choy is a great source of nutrients, including vitamins A and C, with minimal calories.It can also be shredded for slaw, steamed, sauteed, or try braising baby bok choy.
From Shouguang, ShandongCucumber is the most popular food for people who want lose weight.It is excellent for salads and pickling.
From ShanghaiFull of fiber and remarkably low in calories, enjoy in salads and sandwiches. Their unique sweetness also makes them a great cucumber for pickling.
From Nanning, GuangxiSweet and savory organic sweet potatoes, packed with eyesight-boosting vitamin A. Steam with a pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg for a spiced twist.
From ShanghaiOnly fresh green beans and garlic will be a easy,healthy,and flavorful dish.In addition,green beans contain a high amount of chlorophyll,which could prevent cancer.
From ShanghaiGarland Chrysanthemum leaves have a mildly grassy taste while the stalks are sweet and slightly crunchy.
From ShanghaiExtremely thin, delicate white mushrooms popular in Chinese and Japanese cuisine and eaten for the crunchy stem. Wrap in bacon and bake until the meat is brown and crisp.
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 ShanghaiHigh in dietary fiber, folate and vitamin C, enjoy curried with spiced rice and lentils, as a cheesy gratin or even pureed as a low-carb substitute for mashed potatoes.
From ShanghaiCrisp and delicate starchy tubers that grow in wetland areas, similar in character to potatoes and chestnuts, arrowroot’s starch can be also be used to make gummy tapioca.
From Shouguang,ShandongThe edible part of round eggplant is its tender fruit. It is rich in vitamin E and vitamin P in the skin of round eggplant
From Suzhou,JiangsuFull of fiber and remarkably low in calories, enjoy in salads and sandwiches. Their unique sweetness also makes them a great cucumber for pickling.
From ShanghaiWater Chestnuts are rich in water and vitamins.They are beneficial to lose weight.They can be cooked with meat and other vagetables.
From ShanghaiGreen soybeans in their shells – are easy to prepare at home. Simply boil whole in salt water, shake under cold water, and the beans are ready to eat.
From Linyi, ShandongLocally and organically grown for a lower carbon footprint, enjoy in salads, stews and French onion soup. Packed with flavonoids, which help cleanse the liver, and other anti-bacterial and immune-boosting properties. Grown locally and organically.