Green beans originally grew in North, Center and Southern America but are now a common crop all over the world. They are staple in most households as a versatile vegetable that can be eaten raw, roasted, sautéed, blanched or grilled. They are packed full of flavor and adapt well to many dishes. Green beans are also a great source of folate, which is an important B-vitamin for expectant mothers!
How We Grow Them
We plant our green beans at the height of their preferred climate season. They typically take between 45 to 60 days to mature, and they are inspected frequently and finally hand-picked at the height of their maturity to ensure the best flavor and nutritious value. Once they are harvested, they are cleaned and moved directly to local stores.
In addition to all the great nutrients offered by green beans, they are an excellent source of fiber. If you are looking for more natural ways to introduce fiber into your diet, including green beans into your dishes are a delicious way to get started!