Collard Greens

Available in:

  • Collard 10 oz./ 1 lb./ 2lb. Bag

  • Shredded Collards 2 lb. Bag

  • Collard Greens Bunch*

* available in organic and conventional

With a texture similar to cabbage and a mildly bitter flavor, collard greens have become a staple vegetable of the United States. Often thought of as a southern food, collards are being consumed by an increasing number of people trying to incorporate healthy foods into their diet. The wide variety of greens recipes available on our site and others, has certainly taken some of the mystery out of cooking greens. High in vitamins & minerals: A, C, K, E & Folate, Calcium, Fiber Distinctively broad flat leaves blue-green in color are distinguishing characteristics of this healthy vegetable. Collards greens are a non-heading member of the Brassica family, which includes such vegetables as broccoli and cauliflower. Traditionally, quality collard greens were only available from January through April, however our growing location allows us to cultivate the highest quality greens throughout the year.

Cooking Tips & Times

Collard greens pair well with other vegetables and with meats such as smoked turkey or salt pork. It can also be added to soups and stews, or slow-cooked in its own juices for a completely satisfying side dish.