Vegetables

Artichoke
Artichoke

Artichoke is native to North Africa, Ethiopia and Egypt. It is scientifically named Cynara cardunculus, it is a domesticated thistle, a dicotyledonous plant of the Asteraceae family, belonging to...

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Asparagus
Asparagus

Asparagus is a genus of flowering plant in the Asparageceae family and it is native to Eurasia. Asparagus is mostly cultivated as a vegetable plant. The term also refers to its edible shoots....

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Avocado
Avocado

Native to Mexico, avocado is the fruit of avocado (persea americana), a tree in the Lauraceae family. There are three main varieties, the most popular of one is Hass avocado. The word avocado comes...

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Beet
Beet

Sugar beet cultivation occupies 7 million hectares worldwide, for a total production estimated at 270 million tonnes. However, that of fodder beet provides only 10 million tonnes for animal feed....

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Broccoli
Broccoli

Broccoli has a central stem branched into small groups that, in bloom, are dotted with small yellow flowers. But it is harvested just before these flowers can appear. The word broccoli is derived...

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Bunching Onion
Bunching Onion

It is native to Siberia, Central Asia, Iran and western Pakistan. The cultivation of bunching onion was probably one of the first to be dominated by our ancestors, and then spread to many parts of...

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Cabbage
Cabbage

Belonging to the Brassicaceae family, cabbages are most often edible vegetables whose leaves and fleshy inflorescence are consumed in the case of cauliflower, or the swollen stem in that of kohlrabi.

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Carrot
Carrot

The production of the 500 varieties of carrots grown in the world is estimated at 36 million tons per year. This production is dominated by China, which harvests more than half, that is 17 Mt. They...

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Celery
Celery

Celery is very low in calories, between 12 and 20 kilocalories per 100 grams, and according to some authors, it is even considered a vegetable with negative calories, its digestion consumes more...

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Chile Pepper
Chile Pepper

The chili pepper is the fruit of plants from the genus Capsicum which are members of the nightshade family, Solanaceae. The name of chili pepper is most often associated with the spicy flavor and...

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Cucumber
Cucumber

The total annual production of cucumber is currently estimated at 58 million tons, of which 41 million are in China, making it the world’s largest producer. It is followed by Iran with 1.8 Mt and...

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Eggplant
Eggplant

Eggplants are annual herbaceous plants, widely cultivated as vegetable or vegetable plants for their edible fruits. The term refers to both the plant and the fruit.

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Endive
Endive

Worldwide production of endive is currently concentrated in three countries, France, the leading European producer, Belgium and the Netherlands. Our country produces around 160,000 tons, of which...

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Fennel
Fennel

It is a plant that has spread in the wild in all Mediterranean macroecosystems. In ancient Greece, wild fennel was associated with clear vision, but also represented the emblem of strength and...

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Garlic
Garlic

Bulb plant which is composed of 3 to 20 bulbils (pods), garlic raises its many leaves sheathing the bottom of the stem to 60 cm in height. Its inflorescence is enveloped by a spathe which fades...

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Gourd
Gourd

The pumpkin is harvested as a vegetable plant for its edible fruit when ripe. The term designates both the plant and the fruit consumed as a vegetable. It is one of the five most commonly...

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Leek
Leek

Its leaves, sometimes called pseudo-stems, are consumed as vegetables. This vegetable has, in fact, long leaves, flat, dark green or yellowish green, more or less wide. The base of the embedded...

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Mushroom
Mushroom

The mushroom, used as a condiment or garnish, has a worldwide production of 96 kilos per second or 3 million tons per year. 40% of this seasoning vegetable is produced in China, 35% in Europe and...

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Onion
Onion

The world’s annual production of onions now amounts to 85 million tons. The main producers are China, India and the United States. Onion production in France is currently estimated at 321,000 tons...

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Pattypan
Pattypan

It is distinguished from other pumpkins by its flattened, circular fruit, with more or less marked protuberances and sometimes forming in its circumference straight horns. Its large green leaves...

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Pepper
Pepper

Pomegranate belongs to the Lythraceae family, the pomegranate grows on tree called Punica granatum in Latin. Its geographic origin area stretchs from Central Asia to West Asia. A grenade fossilized...

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Pickled Cucumber
Pickled Cucumber

The Pickle is native to Western Asia and India. The plant, which would have appeared spontaneously at the foot of the Himalayas, would have been domesticated for the first time in India 3,000 years...

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Potato
Potato

China is the world’s largest potato producer, ahead of India and Russia. These three countries account for 40% of the world market. In 20 years, the share of developing countries had increased from...

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Pumpkin
Pumpkin

These vegetables are grown worldwide with a total estimated production of 19 million tons. China is the world’s largest producer of pumpkins and squash, with an annual harvest of 5.6 million tons....

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Radish
Radish

Adishes are considered annual plants, but some varieties may be biannual. These vegetables are provided with a tuberized hypocotyl of different shapes, spherical or cylindrical, that is presented...

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Red Kuri Squash
Red Kuri Squash

The Red kuri squash is very rich in provitamin A and in various elements such as phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, silicon and sodium. It also contains many amino acids and...

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Shallot
Shallot

Cultivated as a condiment and a vegetable strongly integrated in the French cuisine, the shallot is sometimes considered as a separate spice and other times as a simple variety of onions whose...

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Spinach
Spinach

It is currently cultivated in all temperate regions of our planet. World production is dominated by China, which produces about 20 million tons per year, followed by the United States, Japan,...

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Spring Onion
Spring Onion

Since they really consist of two parts, the white bottoms and the green shoots on top, scallions are a uniquely versatile vegetable with two distinct flavors. The flavor of the bottom white section...

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Tomato
Tomato

An essential element of both Mediterranean cuisine and world cuisine, tomatoes are eaten as a vegetable, either raw or cooked. It is an annual herbaceous plant of rampant size, with branched stems....

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Turnip
Turnip

The leaves are oblong, of a green colour and more or less rough to the touch. The fruits are long and fine siliceous, cylindrical, acuminate, each containing 10 to 30 small reddish spherical seeds,...

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Yam
Yam

China remains the world’s largest producer of this tuber, with an annual harvest of 72 million tons. Next come in order of importance three African countries, Malawi with a harvest of 5.4 Mt,...

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Zucchini
Zucchini

Zucchini is present at the market in the northern hemisphere from May to September. In Europe 1.5 million tons are produced, and our country is the third largest producer behind Spain and Italy. In...

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