Red bell peppers
Try our red bell peppers on the grill, in sauces and dunk them in dips.They are also delicious, by adding sweetness to the filling, due to their texture.
One red bell pepper of our own contains twice the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C. This is more than a large orange! It is also a rich source of vitamin A, exceeding the daily needs of the body.
Hard, crunchy, fleshy, juicy, with a deep red color.
Excellent source of vitamin C, good source of folic acid, vitamin A, rich in antioxidants (eleven times
more β-carotene than green bell peppers), vitamin B6, fibers, and iron.
The sweetest of all bell peppers, especially when cooked. It retains its strong taste when BBQed.
Yellow bell peppers
Yellow bell peppers are ideal for spicy foods and to add color to any gastronomic creation. Try a smoothie with fresh yellow pepper, apple, lime, and a little bit of ginger for a great boost before and after your workout!
One yellow bell pepper contains five times the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C.
Hard, crunchy, fleshy, juicy, with a vivid yellow color
470% of the required daily amount of vitamin C, a good source of folic acid, rich in antioxidants, fibers and iron.
Sweet, sour, and fruity.
Orange bell peppers
Orange bell peppers create excellent color contrast in salads, sauces, dressings, and when stuffed.
Firm, fleshy, crunchy, very juicy, vibrant orange color.
Contains three times the required daily amount of vitamin C, a good source of folic acid, rich in Lutein
and Zeaxanthin (eye-friendly nutrients), fibers, and iron.
Sweet and fruity.
Green bell peppers
Green bell peppers bring a rich, lively flavor to the table, in salads, and of course, when stuffed.
Hard, crunchy, fleshy.
Good source of vitamin C, fibers, and iron
Slightly bitter, classic intense bell pepper flavor. Combined well with tomato preparations.