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Asparagus White AAA - 1 Piece


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Padova, Italy


White asparagus is a delicate vegetable that requires careful handling and storage to maintain its freshness and flavor. Here are some tips on how to store white asparagus: 1. Trim the ends: Before storing, trim the woody ends of the asparagus spears. This will help to prevent them from drying out and becoming tough. 2. Keep them moist: White asparagus should be stored in a cool, damp place to keep them fresh. You can wrap the spears in a damp paper towel or cloth and place them in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. Alternatively, you can store them upright in a container with a small amount of water at the bottom, like a vase. 3. Use them quickly: White asparagus is best when consumed as soon as possible. Try to use it within a few days after purchasing, as it will start to lose its flavor and texture over time. 4. Don't freeze them: Asparagus does not freeze well and will become mushy and lose its flavor if frozen. It is best to consume it fresh or store it in the refrigerator for a short period of time.


White asparagus is a good source of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and vitamin C. It also contains fiber, iron, niacin, and vitamins A, B1 and B2. White asparagus is a good source of antioxidants rutin, ascorbic acid, tocopherol, glutathione and ferulic acid. The pale variety also contains a high amount of aspartic acid, which was named after asparagus, the source from which it was first isolated.


1 piece (AAA +28mmØ), loose in paper bag


Gioiello d’Asparago is a type of white asparagus that is renowned for its delicate flavor and tender texture.

It is grown in the region of Veneto, specifically in the province of Padova, Italy. This area is known for producing some of the best white asparagus in the world.

These producer use traditional methods to cultivate their asparagus, which involves handpicking and careful sorting of the spears.

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