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Fresh garlic

Garlic is a root vegetable with a white round to pointy bulb and consists of smaller segments. Each segment is covered in a paper like skin. The fresh garlic has a distinctive green stem coming out of the garlic bulb. The taste of fresh garlic is a bit fresher and softer than the dried variety. Nature's Pride usually supplies the Messidor and Therador varieties. The Messidor variety is recognised by its large bulb. The Therador variety is recognised by its white-red colour and a more pointier shaped bulb.
The ideal teperature of Fresh garlic

Storage advice

Fresh garlic is kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. At home the fresh garlic needs to be kept in the fridge.
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Growing and harvesting

Growers use the best cloves of garlic from opened garlic bulbs, to grow new garlic. They are put in the ground. After eight months the small clove has grown into a large garlic bulb. These can then be harvested one by one. Our growers do this with a special machine, a top lifter harvester. The garlic bulbs are trimmed and peeled in the pack house until they are left with a nice white bulb.
Fresh garlic
Fresh garlic

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