ENERGY IN MY PLATE WITH FLORETTE!

To start the final sprint before the holidays, energize your body by filling up with vitamins and minerals! While all Florette products stand out for their freshness and authentic flavors, some stand out for their exceptional nutritional value and health benefits. Here are a few!

Spinach
Low in calories, spinach is a good source of dietary fiber and has a strong antioxidant power. It is an excellent source of vitamins K, A, and B9, as well as iron, magnesium, and manganese, to name a few nutrients.

Surprisingly, some minerals and vitamins in spinach are more easily absorbed by our bodies when they are boiled, while others are more so when they are raw. We gain by incorporating this energizing vegetable into all our dishes, such as salads, quiches, risottos, pasta and smoothies!

Explore our tasty spinach recipes.

Beet
With its bright color, beetroot has something to be noticed! It is betacyanin, a plant pigment, that gives it this characteristic color. Packed with carbohydrates, it keeps you energized, while being a source of vitamins B9 (folate) and B2, magnesium and potassium.

With its sweet flavored flesh, we like it marinated, but it also works well in salads, smoothies and soups. It helps infuse a little vitality into your meals, whether julienned or marinated.

Carrot
The main asset of the carrot is undoubtedly its high content of beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A by the body. This vitamin plays an essential role in vision, bone growth, regulation of the immune system, and the health of the skin and mucous membranes.

But that’s not all! Carrot also contains vitamins K, B1, B2, B3, C and E, in addition to phosphorus and potassium. It promotes healthy liver function and helps improve the appearance of the skin. In juice, salad or as an accompaniment, it therefore brightens your plate while vitalizing your body!

See our shredded carrots to see how to make it part of your daily life.

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