Select from two types: Big red chillis or small red chillis (also known as chili padi).
One pack of sweet corn comes with two pieces. Have them grilled with butter or simply boil in soups!
The Chinese cabbage is rich in many nutrients and is distinguished by its fresh and crisp taste. Best for soups and steamboats, too!
Whether you consume okra stewed, boiled, stir-fried, or even in pickled form, you can reap the health benefits of this little green vegetable any time of the year.
This Japanese sweet potato comes with a creamy, yellow flesh. High in fiber and antioxidants.
A good source of vitamin K and good to be included for sandwiches and salads.
Prized for its purple, gloss skin,as well as its unique taste and texture, eggplants are rich in flavonoids that boost immunity.
A flavour booster to many dishes, garlic is also highly valued for its numerous health benefiting properties.
Fresh baby corn is sweet, juicy and crunchy. Low in calories and nutrient-rich, they are usually used in stir-fries and salads for added crunch.
Chewy and flavorful yard long beans are sometimes used raw in salads or added to stir-fries and stews.
Also known as green beans, this vegetable is juicy and tender with a rich vitamins A, C and K content.
Taste the difference!
Fresh capsicums are high in vitamins. Add a little spicy punch to your salads, stir fries and grills. Available in Green, Red and Yellow varieties.
Red cabbage is a good source of Calcium, Iron and Magnesium, and a very good source of dietary fiber.
Low in saturated fat, high in Vitamin K and antioxidants. The essential green for your daily juice.
Ginger has a long history of use for relieving digestive problems such as nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness and pain.
Crunchy, sweet and low in calories, sugar peas make a delicious vegetable side dish or snack.
Mildly flavoured and flat with tiny pods, snow peas add crunch to dishes.
A nutritious and staple ingredient of sauerkraut, round green cabbage adds crunch to wraps and stir-fries as well.