Bosc Pears: This variety of pear was first introduced in 1833 and is much loved for its dense, fragrant and buttery flesh. It’s held in such high esteem that in some circles it’s known as the “aristocrat of pears.” Well, la di da.
Carrots: Aside from being the happiest color, orange is evidence of beta-carotene, the phytonutrient that gives carrots their gorgeous glow and tons of nutritional power.
Beets: Betacyanin, the pigment that gives red beets their beautiful violet color, is a powerful antioxidant. Sweet and earthy, ours are steamed in order to retain maximum flavor and nutrition.
Celeriac: Aka celery root, knob celery or turnip-rooted celery, celeriac descended from the same wild species as did the stalk celery more often seen today. Its mild flavor lies somewhere between that of celery and parsley, and it’s packed with Vitamin K.