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Zucchini is commonly referred to as summer squash. The zucchini is a long, cylindrical vegetable, slightly smaller at the stem end, usually dark green in color. The flesh is a pale greenish-white and has a delicate, almost sweet flavor. Summer squash has a thin, soft skin and soft edible seeds, whereas their counterpart, winter squash, has a hard skin.

Product: Squash
Varieties: Zuchinni
Growing Method: Greenhouse / Hothouse / Conventional & Organic
Season: From October to May (organic: all year round)
Growing Region: Sonora

Health Benefits:

Provides water and fiber for better digestion.
It is a low calorie food.
It contains minerals like phosphorous, potassium, magnesium and calcium.
High in Vitamin C, B3 and provitamin A.
High in Omega 3.

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More formally known as Yellow Straightneck, this squash hasa thin glossy skin that can vary from a light butter yellow to a bright lemon yellow, pebbled with bumps or smooth, encasing a paler yellow or white flesh. For best flavor and texture, the squash are harvested when they are five to six inches in length or less. It offers a classic summer squash flavor:  mild with nuances of black pepper and nuts and a slightly buttery flavor when cooked.

Product: Squash.
Varieties: Yellow.
Growing Method: Greenhouse/Hothouse/Conventional/Organic.
Season: From October to May.
Growing Region:

Health Benefits:

Provides water and fiber for better digestion.
It’s a natural antioxidant.
Contains potassium that regulates blood pressure.
High in Vitamin C.
Protects skin cells against aging.

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