Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Is there Vegetable “Made in” America in the Market?

Made in America produces

I just aware recently that several vegetables have stickers of produce of America or “made in America.”

I don’t know the reasons behind this, I guess due to “security” reasons. May be, consumers get guarantee that vegetable is local produces, not imported from somewhere else or not come from Covid-19 infected countries.

We familiar with produces from Church Brothers Farms, but from its brand called “Green Giant.” They are packed in several sizes. Some of vegetable:

- Broccoli
- Brussels sprouts
- Cauliflower
- Little Gem Lettuce
- Celery Hearts


Napa cabbage, one of our favorite vegetables


Napa cabbage also well known as Chinese cabbage, originally from Beijing, China. This vegetable is grown in America, Europe and Australia since 100 years ago.

If you know “Kimchi,” a Korean cuisine, uses this cabbage for its ingredient. We sometime bought this cuisine from Asian groceries.

We made soup with combinations of:
- Napa cabbage
- tofu
- mushroom
- zucchini.

Have you tasted Napa cabbage? 

20 comments:

  1. ...since EVERY country is a Covid-19 infected country and vegetables are produced with migrant labor, does it really matter? Buying locally produced products is always the best choice.

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  2. No in Italy this product not found.
    All the best, thanks for yr comment, have a nice evening.

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  3. Atualmente todo o cuidado com o que se consome é pouco.
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    Um dia feliz
    Cumprimentos poéticos

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      Is there Vegetable “Made in” America in the Market?
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      Made in America produces

      I just aware recently that several vegetables have stickers of produce of America or “made in America.”

      I don’t know the reasons behind this, I guess due to “security” reasons. May be, consumers get guarantee that vegetable is local produces, not imported from somewhere else or not come from Covid-19 infected countries.

      We familiar with produces from Church Brothers Farms, but from its brand called “Green Giant.” They are packed in several sizes. Some of vegetable:

      - Broccoli
      - Brussels sprouts
      - Cauliflower
      - Little Gem Lettuce
      - Celery Hearts

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  4. I've heard of kimchi...but not the cabbage. I'd prefer homegrown (in-country) produce, but there are times when that's not possible.

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  5. I have used Napa in stir fries. I prefer roasted regular cabbage however.

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  6. I love napa cabbage. I use napa cabbage in many of my recipes.

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    1. Thanks -
      Is there Vegetable “Made in” America in the Market?
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      Napa cabbage, one of our favorite vegetables


      Napa cabbage also well known as Chinese cabbage, originally from Beijing, China. This vegetable is grown in America, Europe and Australia since 100 years ago.

      If you know “Kimchi,” a Korean cuisine, uses this cabbage for its ingredient. We sometime bought this cuisine from Asian groceries.

      We made soup with combinations of:
      - Napa cabbage
      - tofu
      - mushroom
      - zucchini.

      Have you tasted Napa cabbage?

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  7. nice post :) I follow you # 38 , follow back?

    https://styleoflifet.blogspot.com/

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  8. I'm not much of a cabbage fan, but I do miss buying produce. Produce has been challenging to find at the grocery store since the pandemic started.

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  9. i think all our produce here in australia has to be labelled with place of origin.

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  10. We buy locally produced whenever we can. It's likely to be fresher and better than things with many air or road miles behind them. Enjoy your weekend Tanza.

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  11. Hello,

    I am all for anything made in the USA! Local produce is the best. Fresh off the farm! Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend!

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  12. Tanza, Since 2009, all fresh produce sold at retail in the USA has been required to carry a notice of its county of origin. My wife and I like kimchi...but its hard to find here in East Tennessee. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  13. I buy napa cabbage a lot. It is very reasonably priced.

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    1. Thanks -
      Is there Vegetable “Made in” America in the Market?
      -
      Made in America produces

      I just aware recently that several vegetables have stickers of produce of America or “made in America.”

      I don’t know the reasons behind this, I guess due to “security” reasons. May be, consumers get guarantee that vegetable is local produces, not imported from somewhere else or not come from Covid-19 infected countries.

      We familiar with produces from Church Brothers Farms, but from its brand called “Green Giant.” They are packed in several sizes. Some of vegetable:

      - Broccoli
      - Brussels sprouts
      - Cauliflower
      - Little Gem Lettuce
      - Celery Hearts

      Delete

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