Discover the nutritional power of purple fruits and veggies
Purple fruits and vegetables have taken the markets by storm. Not only do they look great on your plate, they’re also good for you! The purple pigments are called anthocyanins, a special type of antioxidant. Anthocyanins are being studied for their health benefits and disease-fighting properties, from fighting inflammation to cancer.
After all, this year is the Year of Purple!
But did you know that many of your favorite vegetables come in purple? There are Stokes Purple® Sweet Potatoes, Fiore Viola Artichokes and Fiesole Baby Purple ones, Baby Purple Brussels Sprouts, Purple Asparagus, Purple Cauliflower, and even Purple Kohlrabi!