Naturally non-GMO and good for the planet. Peas, like most pulses, add nitrogen to the soil, which helps improve soil conditions for the next crop.
Whole Green Peas
Split Green Peas
Polished Split Green Peas
- Peas date back to the Neolithic dawn of agriculture. Mentions of peas are in historical writings of the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, and Europeans.
- Delicious flavor and delicate texture, peas, and split peas go well in soups and casseroles.
- In the U.S., peas are grown mostly in the Northern Plains and the Palouse region.
Whole Yellow Peas
Split Yellow Peas
Polished Split Yellow Peas
- Yellow split peas have a milder flavor and slightly sweeter taste than green peas with a soft, granular texture.
- Yellow peas are a rich source of vitamins A, B, C, fiber, protein, and potassium.
- Yellow peas are great for soups, stews, and curries, pet, and livestock feed.