Produce List

Beets

Beetroots are a good source of nutrients, fiber, and many plant compounds. Beets improve not only heart health but also can reduce blood pressure and enhance your endurance.

Bell Peppers

Bell peppers are highly nutritious and a great addition to your diet!

Broccoli

Like many of the spring cruciferous vegetables we’ve been sending home lately, broccoli is loaded with plant compounds that are believed to prevent cancer. If you only get to eat one vegetable, broccoli is a great choice.

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are low in calories but high in so many nutrients, especially fiber, vitamin K, and vitamin C. Brussels sprouts are also rich in antioxidants which help prevent cell damage.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower comes with an impressive nutrition resume containing 11 vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin C, folate, and Vitamin K. It is also high in fiber and antioxidants which are important for gut health and preventing disease.

Cherry Tomatoes

A TABLE family favorite is a pack of cherry tomatoes! This summer fruit is an amazing source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and Vitamin K. In addition to being rich in vitamins, cherry tomatoes are also high in fiber.

Cucumber

Cucumbers are made up of 96% water, which means they can help you stay hydrated! They are rich with nutrients that are great for your skin but to maximize your fiber intake from cucumbers, be sure not to peel them before eating.

Greens

Anytime you find yourself at TABLE, you’re likely to see plenty of greens. Lettuce, spinach, chard, kale, arugula, and more. And don’t forget the tops of your beets, turnips, and carrots!

Kale

Kale is a popular “superfood” these days and there’s good reason for it! Kale boasts a lengthy list of nutritional benefits including being an antioxidant (which helps prevent cancer) and has been shown to lower cholesterol.

Lettuce

A serving of green leaf lettuce, like that we source from Wildflower Lane Farm, in itself has the full daily recommended amount of Vitamin K. There’s also Vitamin A, folate, Vitamin C, and several other important nutrients throughout lettuce.

Parsley

You may not think of herbs as being nutritious food items but parsley is rich in so many nutrients. Parsley is particularly rich in Vitamin K which is especially important for bone health.

Peaches

Peach season is everyone’s favorite! Peaches are high in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, they contain disease-fighting antioxidants and can even aid in digestion.

Spinach

Spinach is one of the most versatile greens and can be cooked or eaten raw in nearly any dish! It belongs to the amaranth family and is interestingly related to beets and quinoa.

Spring Onions

Did you that spring onions are just onions that aren’t quite fully mature? Picking these onions early means they will have a milder flavor than fully formed onions that most of us are used to.

Strawberries

Springtime means fresh strawberries around TABLE and there’s nothing sweeter. Strawberries are low in calories, delicious, and healthy.

Summer Squash

Summer squash is high in so many vitamins like A, B6, C, folate, and manganese. Manganese is a mineral that helps boost bone strength which is great for growing kids!

Sunflower Shoot Microgreens

Sunflower Shoot Microgreens Microgreens are baby plants that fall somewhere between a sprout and baby green, and interestingly they often contain higher nutrient levels than mature vegetable greens.

Turnips

Turnips are a cruciferous vegetable which means they are low in calories but high in many nutrients, especially fiber and vitamin C. You might be surprised to discover Turnips are also a source of protein.

Zucchini

Zucchini is a summer squash and an excellent choice to add to your diet! And, while we think of it as a vegetable, it is a fruit because it grows from the flowering part of the plant and has seeds. It is very low in calories while providing a ton of nutrients our bodies need like vitamin A, manganese, vitamin C, Potassium, and a whole lot more.

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