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Baby Romaine Lettuce
also known as Baby Cos Lettuce
Crunchy, succulent with a mild flavor that are versatile in the kitchen, this lettuce has no cholesterol and no saturated fat. Yet, it is high in calcium, iron and dietary fiber. It has more texture than flavor.

Butterhead Lettuce
also known as Boston Lettuce
Soft and buttery-textured Butterhead leaves are sweet and succulent. Tasty in salads and sandwiches, this tender lettuce is low in sodium and is an excellent source for potassium.
Green Coral Lettuce
also known as Loose Leaf Lettuce
Having a mild, slightly bitter flavour, coral lettuce has quite tightly crinkled leaves that are soft and delicate to touch
Iceberg Lettuce
also known as Head Lettuce
Noted for its crispy crunchiness, it has a mild and watery taste which feels so refreshing while eating. Very low in calories, it helps prevent heart diseases and strengthens health.
Romaine Lettuce
also known as Cos
Having deep green, long leaves with a crisp texture and deep tastem it is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin K, folate and molybdenum. Good source of dietary fiber. Minerals in it helps remove toxins and keep your acid/alkaline balance in order.
Red Coral
also known as bitter radicchio
Leaves are crisp and tightly curled and more robust than other loose leafed varieties. Good for salads, robust slightly bitter leaves can handle strong dressings and pairings.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 03:51