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Organic Red & Green Bell Peppers
If you want to maximize the availability of vitamin C and carotenoids from bell pepper, allow this amazing vegetable to ripen. Recent studies have shown that the vitamin C content and the carotenoid content of bell pepper both increase with ripening. When the vitamin C and carotenoid content of bell peppers increases, so does their total antioxidant capacity, which can be a source of great health benefit.
Cabbage is an abundant source of Vitamin C. You might be surprised to know that it is actually richer in vitamin C than oranges, which is traditionally considered the “best” source of that vital nutrient. Vitamin C, as one of the best antioxidants, reduces free radicals in your body that are one of the fundamental causes of premature aging. It also helps in repairing the wear and tear on the body through the course of your life.
Red potatoes are particularly healthy because of the thin, nutrient filled skins, which are loaded with fiber, B vitamins, iron and potassium. Half of the fiber of a potato comes from the skin. On red potatoes, in particular, the skin is already super thin, so it doesn’t detract from the taste or texture. More energy-packed than any other popular vegetable, potatoes have even more potassium than a banana.
Product of the Month
Ojai Pixie Mandarin
Grown only on small family farms, these sweet, seedless, easy to peel tangerines have arrived! Delicious to eat out of hand or in salads, this winter citrus is a kid-approved favorite. Contact us today to get your hands on some local Pixies.
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