Artichokes ( Alcachofa / Artichaut / Carciofi )
Our Artichokes, from Navarra, Spain, are harvested, trimmed and turned by hand, then blanched and IQ frozen. We do not use added citric acid, which makes the artichoke taste better than other canned products.
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    • In 1530, the Dutch introduced artichokes to England. In the 19th century. French and Spanish immigrants then brought them to the United States.
    • Today, artichoke's main producers are Italy, Spain, and France. In the United States, California provides nearly 100% of the U.S. crop, and approximately 80 percent of that is grown in Monterey County.
Seafood Appetizers ( Alcachofa / Artichaut / Carciofi )
Our Artichokes, from Navarra, Spain, are harvested, trimmed and turned by hand, then blanched and IQ frozen. We do not use added citric acid, which makes the artichoke taste better than other canned products.
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    • In 1530, the Dutch introduced artichokes to England. In the 19th century. French and Spanish immigrants then brought them to the United States.
    • Today, artichoke's main producers are Italy, Spain, and France. In the United States, California provides nearly 100% of the U.S. crop, and approximately 80 percent of that is grown in Monterey County.
Artichokes ( Alcachofa / Artichaut / Carciofi )
Our Artichokes, from Navarra, Spain, are harvested, trimmed and turned by hand, then blanched and IQ frozen. We do not use added citric acid, which makes the artichoke taste better than other canned products.
Presentation:

Download this PDF file for a complete list of products available.

Pricing:

Please Contact Us to receive a price list tailored to your needs.

KNOW MORE
    • In 1530, the Dutch introduced artichokes to England. In the 19th century. French and Spanish immigrants then brought them to the United States.
    • Today, artichoke's main producers are Italy, Spain, and France. In the United States, California provides nearly 100% of the U.S. crop, and approximately 80 percent of that is grown in Monterey County.