How to store bean sprouts?
With its crispy bite, bright color and neutral taste, bean sprouts belong on every plate. For an optimal product, proper storage is very important. In this blog, we tell you all about storing bean sprouts!
Bean sprouts in the International Year of Fruit and Vegetables
2021 has been declared the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables by the United Nations General Assembly. In this blog we will tell you more about this special year and discuss the developments of vegetables for 2021.
Preparing bean sprouts: discover the possibilities!
There are many ways to prepare bean sprouts, from stir-frying to blanching, and from mashing to deep frying. In this blog, we have listed the different ways to cook this versatile vegetable.
Four reasons why mung bean sprouts are good for you
Due to the neutral taste and crispy bite you can add bean sprouts to many dishes. This is not only delicious, but also good for you! Bean sprouts contain few calories and carbohydrates and are packed with vitamins and minerals. In this blog we will tell you about four reasons why bean sprouts are so healthy.
Looking back on the Food Crisis Management Event
On 2 September 2020 over 200 key stakeholders for food crisis management joined Freshfel and ESSA’s digital Food Crisis Management Event. Evers Specials was sponsor of this event. Read about the insights we gained during the event in this blog.
Food safety blog
Together with our suppliers and partners we create high quality bean sprouts. For consumers vegetables should be safe without question, therefore securing quality and food safety is a crucial part of food producers everyday business. Are you interested to learn more about how we ensure the quality and food safety of our bean sprouts? Then read the new blog!
The mung bean special
Since the last few years the formerly virtually unknown mung bean has been making a quick rise in Western cuisine. Mung beans are filled with high-quality protein, vitamins, minerals and fiber. They are mostly used to grow mung bean sprouts. Read more about the power of this small bean in the first blog.