Imported chicory is a nutritious green vegetable originating from the curly endive plant, which is difficult to find. Imported chicory is mainly used in salads, with a slightly bitter yet sweet and appealing taste.
1. Imported Chicory
Chicory is a premium type of chicory that originated in Belgium and is often found in fancy European restaurant dishes. They are grown in the absence of sunlight, with a mild bitterness and a touch of refreshing sweetness (less bitter than red chicory), and a crispy texture.
Premium white chicory from Belgium is often found in upscale European restaurants. They are grown in conditions without sunlight, with a slightly bitter taste and a refreshing sweetness (less bitter than red chicory), and are crunchy.
2. Health Benefits Of Chicory
Imported chicory is very rich in fiber, calcium, vitamins, inulin, and carbohydrates, and low in sugar, calories, and fat. It helps stimulate appetite, supports good digestion, enhances immunity, effectively prevents cancer/cardiovascular disease, reduces stress, prevents birth defects and premature births.
3. Why should buy Imported Chicory from Ant Farm?
Imported Chicory from Ant Farm is a nutrient-rich green vegetable that comes directly from Europe/Australia. Ant Farm commits to:
- 100% direct import from the famous Harvest Moon brand - a leading importer of high-quality and reputable green vegetables in Australia.
- Grown using organic methods without any chemicals.
- Harvested, packaged, and transported according to international standards.
- Ensuring it meets clean, green, fresh, and safe health standards.
- Offering the best price in the market.
- Rich in nutritional value.
In addition, Ant Farm has distributed imported Chicory to many large supermarkets such as Aeon, Lotte, Tops Market, Emart...
4. How to use and store chicory
How to use
Remove the stem of the chicory, wash and dry it, and you can immediately proceed to the next processing steps of the dish.
Chicory can be eaten raw or cooked as braised, roasted, etc., combined with delicious, fatty cheeses.
How to store
Use newspaper to wrap red chicory or put them in a plastic bag, then put in the refrigerator. Absolutely do not wash the chicory before storing it in the refrigerator because this will cause the chicory to be waterlogged/stamped, causing damage.