Eden Foods - Organic Small Red Beans Multiple Sizes

Eden Foods - Organic Small Red Beans Multiple Sizes

Brand - Eden Foods
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Quick Description

These Organic Small Red Beans from Eden Foods have it all to become your favorite add-on: high in fiber, calcium, iron, magnesium, and zinc.

Key Information

  • Ready to eat
  • Suitable for sweet and savory dishes
  • BPA, BPS, and phthalate-free can
  • Certified organic 
  • No added salts
  • Available in 15oz and 29oz

Product Overview 

Eden Foods Organic Small Red Beans, also known as rice beans, are locally grown by farmers in the U.S. Originating from the legumes family, they are much greater than their size might imply. Providing you with all the good stuff, these small red beans are a perfect substitute for well-balanced nutrition: filling and full of important nutrients. 

100% organic, Eden Foods Organic Small Red Beans get picked from the fields, prepared for storage, and put in the BPA-free cans to then be added to your groceries. The moment you open the can, the beans are ready to rumble.

Thanks to the vital soil the beans have been grown in, even the water can be consumed. No chemicals were needed to increase the amounts of minerals in the superb small read beans. Enjoy Eden Foods Organic Small Red Beans in a classical soup, combine them with grains, in your tacos Mexican style with rice or make your own red bean paste. There are no limits. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are red beans the same as kidney beans?

Despite their similar look and their origin from the same family of legumes, the answer is no. One of the most significant and obvious differences is the size. Kidney beans are larger than small red beans. Also, the red color of kidney beans is a darker crimson, while small red beans are pinkish. To find the last difference, you actually have to taste them: It is said that red beans have a “beanier” taste than kidney beans.

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