Organic spinach is a superstar of kitchens and tables everywhere. Maybe it’s because there’s so much nutritious goodness packed into every leaf. Maybe it’s that slightly sweet and mildly earthy taste. Maybe it’s just how dang tender it is. Maybe it’s a combo of all those reasons and more.
Spinach is like that perfect party guest who strikes up fun yet substantive conversations with anyone and puts the whole group at ease, without relying on fluff. Spinach brings deep nutrition you can love to any dish and even blends into the background when you need it to.
The US Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service says that Americans eat an average of 1.5 pounds per person annually. For that average to make sense, knowing how much organic spinach you all put away, we have to believe there are way too many Americans out there that eat no spinach at all. Because we know that some of you can run through that much in a week or less. We have to grow thousands of acres of spinach to keep up with your appetite for this gorgeous green.
But we also know that you love the variety of other organic greens. Like Spring Mix, Butter Lettuce, Kale, Arugula, and Bok Choy. And maybe they’d be just that much better if they were blended with baby spinach. So, yep, we do that. Our Spinach+ line includes all these great blends. Click on any of the items to learn more.
You seem to know plenty of great ways to use your organic spinach, but just in case you’re curious about some specific recipes for some of our Spinach+ blends, here are some of our favorites. Just click on the photo to get to the recipe.
Use the organic 50/50 Blend Spinach + Spring Mix in a chocolate smoothie or gyros.
Try the organic Spinach + Butter Lettuce in a classic Modern Cobb Salad or Salad Nicoise.
Try the Spinach + Arugula in a salmon salad or a steak and egg breakfast salad.
Try the Spinach + Kale in the best creamed greens recipes you’ll ever try or a lovely fall salad with roasted butternut squash.
Try our Spinach + Bok Choy (formerly known as Mighty Spinach) in delightfully simple hand pies or a rich frittata.
Just for fun! Did you know that spinach is part of the amaranth family that includes quinoa, chard, beets, amaranth (of course), and celosia? And also that when film crews shooting commercials want a velvety green field to shoot in, they always come looking for spinach fields.