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Wild asparagus

Wild asparagus are hitching a ride on the 'heirloom vegetables' trend

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With their appearance that most resembles waving ears of wheat, they are an elegant and delicate looking vegetable. Yet they are not actually asparagus. The stems are cut from hyacinth-like crops.

The slender, graceful light green stems are popular for their savoury and nutty aroma. It is an 'heirloom' vegetable.

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Storage advice

  • Transport and storage: Cooling is essential to maintain the quality of wild asparagus. The temperature should not exceed 2˚C.
  • Shop: Wild asparagus keep longer in the refrigerated section.

Our wild asparagus are grown in:

France in The Netherlands

Packaging options

Order your wild asparagus in bundles of 200 grams. Please let us know if you would like to have your wild asparagus packed in the attractive EAT ME packaging, or if you prefer to use your private label.

Recipes & preparation tips

Wild asparagus are making a comeback in the kitchen as an heirloom vegetable. It is one of those vegetables that provides an unexpected finishing touch. Smoked salmon works really well combined with this type of asparagus. Chefs and amateur cooks have also discovered its possibilities with nuts and (wild) mushrooms.

Wild Asparagus - Recipes And Preparation Tips

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