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  • SPINACH SMALL SIZE LEAVES  300 Gram Bag  Pukekohe Grown
  • SPINACH SMALL SIZE LEAVES  300 Gram Bag  Pukekohe Grown
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Brand: The Fresh Grower - Allan Fong
Product Code: VSpinachPUKEKOHEAllanFong300g
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Its versatility makes it easily adaptable in healthy vegetable drinks & smoothies.

Cooking spinach makes some of the nutrients more easily absorbed by your body, but don't overcook it. 

Cooked spinach is easier for the digestive system to break down, allowing for the complete absorption of nutrients.

Keep Spinach refridgerated in plastic bag.

Spinach can be eaten raw in cold or warm salads, sandwiches, rolls, buns or wraps.

Spinach should be cooked without added water. The water that clings to the spinach after washing should be enough. 

It suits quick cooking methods such as steaming, boiling, stir frying or microwaving. 

Remove the stems only if you are eating it raw. Otherwise slice & cook with the leaves.

Steam spinach served sprinkled with chopped herbs, basil or parsley.

Stir fry spinach in olive oil & chopped Ginger. 
Spinach is one of the few vegetables that increases in nutrients when it is cooked - by up to 3 times. 

Spinach contains oxalic acid which can decrease the body's absorption of Calcium & Iron, but cooking the spinach reduces this effect.

Use in salads, quiches, pies, soups, pasta sauces, omelettes, souffles & curries.

Spinach can be added at the end of cooking to savoury dishes including soups, stews, tangines, braises & risotto to add a burst of flavour & nutrients.

Sauteed spinach can be further cooked with beaten eggs, salt & pepper for an easy light meal.

Very high in nutrients, good source of vitamins A, C & K & a good source of B group vitamins.

Spinach is "live food", consuming it daily has been shown to lessen the risk of diseases & cancers

Spinach is a fantastic source of lutein, which according to researchers at Tuffs University can help to reduce wrinkling.

Other studies have found that lutein can help the skin to retain moisture & its elasticity, which will also help the skin look young.

Spinach was made famous this century by Popeye the Sailor when eating spinach made his muscles bulge.

However spinach has been around for a lot longer than that.

It originated in Asia & was introduced to Europe by Arab traders during the 13th century.  

Often confused with silver beet, spinach may look similar but it has a milder flavour. Both can be used in the same recipes. 

Spinach is the 26th most popular vegetable in New Zealand.

Spinach contains high Magnesium levels, a mineral known to relax the muscles, strengthen the bones & to encourage blood flow (circulation) to all areas of the body.

Spinach contains high levels of Zinc, a mineral known to boost immunity, especially in the prostate region

In order to retain the rich iron content of spinach while cooking – lightly – add lemon juice or vinegar

The dark green leaves contain a long chain sugar molecule called sulfoquinovose which can help your midsection stay trim

According to a study in the journal Nature Chemical Biology sulfoquinovose promotes the growth your good gut bacteria, which prevent bad bacteria from colonizing your gut & causing inflammation & belly fat

Spinach is grown outdoors where you get better structure, more body, crisper spinach & has a longer shelf life

Store spinach at 2-5

Spinach is ethylene sensitive.


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Nutrition Information
Serving size: ½ cup 75g
per serving 
% Daily
intake per
per 100g 
Energy (kJ/Cal) 61/14 0.70% 81/19  
Protein (g) 2.1 4.20% 2.81  
Fat, total (g) 0.3 0.40% 0.4  
 - saturated (g) 0.035 0.10% 0.047  
Carbohydrate (g) 0 0 0  
 - sugars (g) 0 0 0  
Dietary fibre (g) 1.73 5.80% 2.3  
Sodium (mg) 3.68 0.10% 4.9  
Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.98 61.3% RDI* 0.13 A good source of vitamin B6
Folate (µg) 99 49.5% RDI* 132 A good source of folate
Vitamin A Equiv. (µg) 298.73 39.8% RDI* 398.3 A good source of vitamin A Equiv.
Iron (mg) 1.36 11.3% RDI* 1.81 A source of iron
Potassium (mg) 255   340 Contains potassium
Calcium (mg) 66 8.3% RDI* 88  
Riboflavin (mg) 0.11 6.5% RDI* 0.14  
Niacin (mg) 0.495 4.9% RDI* 0.66  
Zinc (mg) 0.31 2.6% RDI* 0.41  
Vitamin C (mg) 0.9 2.3% RDI* 1.2  
Vitamin E (mg) 0 0% RDI* 0  
Selenium (µg) 0 0% RDI* 0  
Thiamin (mg) 0 0% RDI* 0  

Percentage Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ 
Your daily Intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs. 
*Recommended Dietary Intake (Average Adult)

Source: The Concise New Zealand Food Composition Tables, 10th Edition, Plant & Food Research - 2014


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