Enjoy early harvested, young organic baby carrots raw in salads, or lightly steam or sauté in butter. Roughly a thumb width and finger length in size, rich in beta carotene and a sweeter taste. The size of individual carrots may vary, according to season. Sourced from Zhongsui Farm, located in west Shanghai’s Qingpu district and certified by one of the leading international bodies: the International Foundation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM). High quality organic soil, a clean water supply and a flock of geese and chickens to take care of insects and pests all help to ensure the quality of the farm’s produce.
IFOAM certified farm
Sweeter and milder in flavor than yellow or white onions, red onions are commonly used raw in salads, slaws and sandwiches. Sourced from Foodpedia, an organic farm headquartered in north Shanghai’s Anting Ecological Park, Jiading district. Holding Nanjing National Organic Certification, winter crops are sourced from fields in tropical Hainan, while other growing sites – located in Beijing, Shandong and Guangzhou – allow the farm to bring crops to market year round, following natural farming techniques and adhering to national standards.
Nanjing National Organic Certification
White Onions have a sweet, mild, white flesh and tend to have a sharper and more pungent flavor than yellow onions. Cook just as you would any other onion or mince and add to raw salsas and chutneys. Locally grown for a lower carbon footprint.
Low carbon footprint