Versatile and Packed With Flavor
Health Benefits | Fun Facts | Selection Tips | Availability | Storage | Recipes

Green onions can be added to so many different dishes that they can take on any personality you want. They can add subtle flavor or texture to a dish, and be a nearly invisible ingredient—or they can bring wild zest and color to a meal. Tangy green onions are ideal in a Greek salad, while an artful julienne of green onions perfectly embellishes Asian cuisine. You may not think about these small, garnishy onions as storehouses of nutrition, but according to the National Onion Association, these humble vegetables not only contain dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, and other key nutrients, they also have some special qualities that may help protect you from disease. Choose green onions to do your body and your cooking a favor.

Health Benefits
Green onions are fat-, sodium-, and cholesterol-free, low in calories, and high in vitamin C.

Fun Facts

  • Green onions are also known as scallions.
  • The white onion bulb and the green stalk are both edible.
  • Humans have been cultivating onions since 3500 BC.

Selection Tips
Look for green onions that are crisp with fresh, tender green tops and slightly bulbed white ends. Avoid onions with discolored, decaying, or wilted tops.

Fresh1 green onions are grown in Texas and are available all year.

Store in the refrigerator and use promptly—they are very perishable. Keep green onions away from food that absorb odors.


Monthly Feature

Meals For Two

Quick 'n Easy

All Family

Easy Entertaining


Tips for searching
Privacy Policy Terms Of Use Contact Us