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Trevor Evans, Sundance Organic Farm

Local Organic Squash, Butternut - or Honeynut Squash

Product code: PR100265LCO
$6.99
$5.49
for 1 Medium Squash
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$6.99
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About the product
This popular squash is easier to prepare than other squashes as its skin is thin enough to be peeled with a vegetable peeler. The flesh of the butternut squash is sweet, creamy and slightly nutty.
This product traveled 349 km to reach our warehouse.
Features: Organic , GMO Free , Vegan/Dairy Free
General information
Storage Tip: Keep your squash in a plastic bag in the fridge for up to five days and you can keep it frozen up to six months.

Preparation Tip: Just trim off the blossom ends.

Did you know... Best eaten as soon as possible.

Health Information: High in folate, potassium, vitamin C and beta carotene. Low in calories.
About the vendor
Trevor Evans, Sundance Organic Farm Trevor Evans, Sundance Organic Farm
Cawston, BC
Since 1971 Trevor, his wife Debbie and their children, Sheldon and Crystal, have produced organic produce. Their 19 acre farm hosts primarily orchards – home to 14 varieties of apples, including Elstar, Braeburn, Granny Smith, Winesap and Earligold. Trevor and Debbie are major producers of apricots, pears and asian kosui pears, as well as field tomatoes, eggplant, watermelons and green peppers. Their son Sheldon grows specialty hot jalapeno peppers as well.

As a grower and as general manager of a cooperative marketing company (Organics Plus), Trevor has been the inspiration for scores of growers in the area to transit into certified organic production. Organics Plus sells a full range of stone fruit, apples, pears and ground crops across Canada, as well as exporting to the US and Europe.

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This frozen product may be packed with dry ice. Please do not touch the dry ice, and keep away from kids and pets.
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