The main international organisations such as FAO and Greenpeace, and all those who care about the health of the planet, encourage more and more often sustainability and sustainable agriculture: what does this type of agriculture consist of and why is it so important for the planet and the future generations?
Baby Green Kale belongs to the cabbage family and is a Brassica oleracea variety. It is rich in nutritional values such as calcium and iron, but also in vitamins A, C and K1. This vegetable helps keep cholesterol levels normal and can be eaten both cooked and raw.
The Baby Green Leaf belongs to the Astaraceae family and is characterised by round, bright green leaves. It has a sweet and delicate flavour and is excellent with white meats, fish or fresh cheeses. The Baby Green Leaf is rich in fiber, vitamins A, C, K, and E, in mineral salts that confer it diuretic properties and is highly digestible.
Red Pak Choi originates from Asia, and it is being consumed worldwide. The secret of its success lays in its gentle flavour that appears sweet, and its multiple beneficial effects. It is diuretic and detoxifying, rich in mineral salts, and it helps avoid anaemia and water retention.
Red Chard is a baby-leaf which belongs to the Chenopodiaceae’s family, it originates from Mediterranean lagoon, and it has a herbaceous stem and big green leaves which present central veins, highly red-coloured.
In the collective imagination, spinach is associated with Popeye the Sailor who, eating it directly from the can, became extremely strong. This vegetable is not as rich in iron as commonly described (though it includes iron) but it is, however, highly healthy. It is a source of vitamins, minerals, fibre, and proteins that are useful for many diseases.
One of our Op Euro.com’s goal is to respect the land where we were born and where we cultivate our products. The Piana del Sele, in Battipaglia, in the Province of Salerno, is a unique place in Italy for the fertility of the land, for its climate, and its orographic characteristics. A significant number of our products is organic, and we are sure that sustainability will be the future of the agricultural industry.