Vegetables are important part of healthy eating and provide a source of many nutrients, including potassium, fiber, folate (folic acid) and vitamins A, E and C, making them a superfood! Deena Farms produce fresh and chemical free vegetables every season.
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Origin : Greece
Origin: East Mediterranean
Most commonly known as an invasive weed, at only 16 calories per 100 grams this low calorie wild-growing succulent packs in a wide -range of health boosting ingredients. Purslane like flaxseed contains surprisingly more omega-3 fatty acids than any other vegetable. This promotes cardiovascular health by reducing bad cholesterol and promoting a healthier cholesterol balance. The Potassium content helps reduce blood pressure as it relaxes the blood vessels.
Origin: South America
Green Bell Pepper
Origin: Central and South America
Origin: South East Asia
Lollo Rossa Lettuce
Lollo Green Lettuce
Lollo Green Lettuce refers to types of fancy lettuce with tight curly leaves, otherwise known as coral lettuce. The leaves are produced loosely in a whole head, are tender in taste, with a slight bitterness. These very decorative lettuce types add a punch of colour, texture and volume to salads.
Butterhead Lettuce is the largest and best-flavoured group of lettuces. Tender leaf lettuces form a tightly folded head with delicate buttery flavour. Cutting into the lettuce reveals a soft, folded, and blanched heart. Also known as Boston lettuce, this is the sort of lettuce most prized in Europe where most of our varieties were bred.
Beets belong to the famed chenopod family of vegetables. Beets are a unique source of phytonutrients called betalains which provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory benefits and support detoxification. Beet greens are also an excellent source of the carotenoid lutein which plays a valuable role in eye health. Yellow beet roots and carrots are also an exceptional source of this carotenoid which is critical to the overall health of our nervous system organs.
Yellow Bell Peppers
Bell Pepper (Red)
Origin: Latin America
Origin: South Asia
At just 14 calories per 100 grams this vegetable is often recommended by dieticians for weight-loss. Its high fiber content makes it a wise choice for indigestion and constipation. It is also a moderate source of vitamin C, a powerful natural anti-oxidant. Bottle gourd tender leaves and tendrils are edible and contain higher concentrations of vitamins and minerals than its fruit.
Origin: South Asia
Origin: United States