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Baby carrots

Baby carrots are a root vegetable that grow underneath the soil. The baby vegetable is easily recognised by its long round shape, 10 to 12 cm long with a tapered end. Baby carrots are orange, they are sweet and have a crunchy structure.
The ideal teperature of Baby carrots

Storage advice

Baby carrots are kept refrigerated during transport and storage. The ideal temperature during transport is 2 ℃. At home the baby carrots are best kept in the fridge.

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Origin Nature's Pride Baby carrots

Baby carrots - FranceFrance Baby carrots - South AfricaSouth Africa

Growing and harvesting

The seeds of baby carrots are planted by using a machine in an open field. After 6 weeks the baby carrots are ready to be harvested. The carrots are
pulled out of the soil by hand and carefully placed in crates. Then the green leaves are removed from the carrots in the packhouse, they are cleaned and prepared for transport to Nature's Pride.

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This foundation was established to finance local projects in communities where they grow our unique fruit and vegetables. The aim is to stimulate economic growth of small farmers, pack house employees and their families.

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