Yellow Wax Beans (Organic)

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative


10 oz

Ever wonder what the difference between wax and green beans is? Simple: the color. Wax beans are green beans with none of the chlorophyll pigment which plants used to trap sunlight. Despite the color difference, this summer variety has the same great taste: fresh, sweet, and snappy. Its color holds up better when cooking longer, making them a great choice for slow braises or stews. If stew sounds too heavy in this weather, show off their golden color in a vibrant Salad Niçoise. Or go fancy! Blanche and serve almondine; it’s like eating a bowl of French gold.



Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative

Lancaster, PA

Lancaster Farm Fresh Co-op is a non-profit organic farmer’s cooperative of over 100 family farmers headquartered in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. They focus on creating healthy, high-quality foods from their highly maintained and enriched soils on their small-scale family farms. Lancaster County soil is considered some of the best agricultural land in the country. LFFC farmers take pride in this and steward the land to preserve this reputation for future generations of abundant production. With a thirst for knowledge to improve their sustainable agriculture techniques from one season to the next, they help each other to provide the highest quality produce possible. Their farmers choose to work cooperatively together to succeed in growing and delivering crops that enrich the health of the communities around them, as well as the health of the land on which they live. When you purchase LFFC products you can be confident that you will receive the freshest farm products, raised humanely, with consideration for the land, animals and people. Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative is owned by the farmers working in cooperation with each other to bring you healthy, quality foods.

Wrap wax beans in a paper towel and store in a bag in the fridge for up to 3 days.