Chives Cut Germ Reduced Organic
What is Chives?
Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) (also called pipe grass) are a plant in the daffodil family (Amaryllidaceae). The plant is related to bulbous plants such as onion, leek, chives and garlic.
The Cultivation of Chives
Chives grow repeatedly if the stems are cut regularly. Chives are the mildest in their family in terms of flavour, followed by daschives and then garlic.
The Uses of Chives
The green stems of chives are cut into pieces and used as an ingredient that you can add to vegetables, fish, salads, (roasted) potatoes and egg dishes. Also good to use as garnish.
Where do I buy Organic chives?
You can buy Organic chives at Naturaplaza of course. In our web shop you can order Organic chives in convenient consumer packs or in slightly larger quantities of usually 1 kg. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any Organic chives offers.
Premium Chives Cut Germ Reduced Organic
Chives Cut Germ Reduced Organic from Holyflavours is an organically certified product of premium quality. Thanks to this certificate, you know that what you buy has been created with an eye and care for people and nature.
HolyFlavours, the leading brand for all your (organic) seasonings and blends! Salts, Herbs, Spices and Superfoods without additives.
The organic dried herbs and spices we select come from various regions of the world. All products are checked in Europe and often also packaged.
The ORGANIC quality mark stands for 100% controlled organic and reliable. These ingredients are therefore guaranteed free of all kinds of additives such as sugars, fats and comply with all European pesticide requirements. The quality of our products is regularly checked.
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Country of cultivation||Austria|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||260 kcal / 1089 KJ|
|Carbohydrates||11 g (of which sugars 10 g)|
|Saturated Fats||1 g|
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