Frontier Co-op's organic white, chopped onion (allium cepa) adds its sharp, yet semi-sweet, mild flavor to many foods from stews and pasta to cuisines and salads. White onion (sweet onion) is a type of dry onion with pure, white skin and flesh that is almost translucent. It's part of the allium family that also includes garlic and chives. There are many varieties of white onion, including Mauri, Walla Walla, and Vidalia. Dried and chopped white onions are very common for both home cooks and chefs alike. They're well known for their use in Mexican food to enhance the aroma and flavor. They also accent soups, stews, pasta, and more. The semi sweet, mild and sharp flavor spices up salads, shish kebabs, hamburgers, and other popular foods.
Chopped white, organic onions are a great alternative to whole onions for prepared food items, such as stir-frys, dressings, casseroles, and sauces. They deliver the flavor of whole, white onions, but are ready to use straight from the panry. The sugary traits are similar to red onions and the mild, sharp flavor spices up any kitchen.
Frontier Co-op's white onions are sustainably grown and harvested in the United States by organic farms with 100% organic practices. The onions are non-irradiated and Kosher certified too.
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Kosher, USDA Organic
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