Availability: All Year Around

What to look out for

When buying asparagus, try to look for firm and solid stalks being it in a bright green or a violet-coloured spears.


We recommend do not wash, clean or rinse the asparagus before storing, it would only make the vegetable spoil faster.

Fridge: Before storing the asparagus in the fridge, it’s important to trim the ends, around 1/4 of the whole bunch, this allow the asparagus to absorb more humidity thus keeping it fresh for longer.

After the ends are trimmed, the bunch of asparagus can be placed in a glass or container with a small portion of water at the bottom, thus allowing the bunch to continue hydrating along the day. This extra process will keep the asparagus fresher for around 4-5 days inside the fridge.


It contains many nutrients

Asparagus contains folate, vitamin A, C, and K.

Good source of antioxidants

As asparagus is a green vegetable, it’s packed with antioxidants such as polyphenols, flavonoids, glutathione, vitamin E, and vitamin C.

Can Improve Digestive Health

Asparagus is a great source of soluble fibre. This type of fibre feeds the friendly bacteria located in our gut, thus improving and regulating the digestive health.

Can Lower Blood Pressure

Asparagus possess potassium, a mineral related to helping lower high blood pressure. Also, from animal research studies related to the consumption of asparagus, it’s believed that this vegetable has an active compound that would help dilate blood vessels.

Can Help in Losing Weight

Asparagus have only 20kcal per 100g of product, thus it’s possible to consume a good amount of it without taking in much calories. Also, asparagus is 94% water which would naturally help in losing weight.

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