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Baby dill

Description

Baby Dill: This petite Dill is used for seasoning rather than pickling. It boasts a milder anise-parsley-celery flavor than mature dill. Baby dill enhances cream dips, salads and fish. It can also serve as a garnish.

 

Large Dill: The national spice of Scandinavia, dill is characterized by delicate, feathery leaves. Its flavor evokes anise, parsley and celery. Dill is popularly added to brine for pickling. It also enhances cream dips, salads and fish.

Nutritional Information:

Serving Size 1 cup sprigs (9g), Calories 4

Protein

0g

Sodium

5mg

Carbohydrate

1g

Vitamin A

14%

Dietary Fiber

0g

Vitamin C

12%

Fat

0g

Calcium

2%

Cholesterol

0mg

Iron

3%

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Care and Handling

Ideal temperature is 32 F with a 95 to 100% RH. Baby Dill should be cooled as soon as possible after harvest. Vacuum-cooling is recommended. Baby dill is not sensitive to chilling temperatures and should be stored as cold as possible without freezing. After harvest, it stays in good condition for about 2 weeks.

Ratto Bros. follows and recommends the guidelines set forth by the Federal Department of Agriculture (FDA) about commercial and home users washing all produce thoroughly under running water before eating, cutting, or cooking. For more information, visit the FDA’s website Consumers > Raw Produce: Selecting and Serving it Safely.

Bunch Count

Cases per Pallet

PLU

Baby Dill

1 doz.

140

4892

2 doz.

120

4892

5 doz.

56

4892

15 lbs. loose

56

4892

Pickling Dill

1 doz.

100

4893

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