All posts in the ‘ Butter Lettuce ’ Category

Celebrate Fourth of July with a Red, White and Blue Salad made with our Live Gourmet Living Red Butter Lettuce

June 29, 2016 | post a comment

  What would Fourth of July be without hot dogs grilled on the barbecue, your aunt’s famous cherry pie and creamy potato salad? Though these ubiquitous summer dishes are tasty, it doesn’t hurt to add fruits and veggies to your spread. A red, white and blue salad made with our… Read the Rest »

Hollandia Produce Named 2016 FABI Winner by NRA

May 18, 2016 | post a comment

  Live Gourmet® and our certified organic Grower Pete’s brands of living lettuce and leafy greens have been popular national sellers for years. Yet, what many of our patrons don’t know is that we’re found on many restaurant menus. That’s why this week we’re heading to the National Restaurant Association’s NRA… Read the Rest »

Throwback Thursday: Butter, Boston, and Bibb lettuce: What’s the Difference?

April 7, 2016 | post a comment

  According to market research and retail data juggernaut Nielsen, sales for Butter/Boston lettuce is growing three times faster than the entire lettuce category.  Given this enthusiastic demand, we thought now might be a good time to revisit a throw-back blog post and perennial favorite since its debut in 2014:… Read the Rest »

The Top Five Wrap Recipes with our Living Butter Lettuce Varieties

February 23, 2016 | post a comment

  The lettuce wrap is a versatile mealtime option whether you’re on-the-go, watching your carb intake or wishing to increase your vegetable servings. We’re here to share our top five wrap recipes, but before we reveal our favorites, read on to learn more about the secret ingredient: our Living Butter… Read the Rest »

Celebrate National Salad Month with our Living Butter Lettuce Products

May 13, 2015 | post a comment

  Are you curious about the origins of the lettuce you eat week after week? Consider this: the leafy vegetable originated in Egypt in 2680 B.C. Since those days, people have enjoyed a myriad of varieties, including our favorite: butter lettuce, also known as Bibb or Boston.  Known for its… Read the Rest »

Attention Friends, Fans, and Foodies…Want to Cash in on Your Passion? Enter A Better Butter Lettuce! Recipe Contest!

April 9, 2015 | post a comment

Do you have a signature sandwich? Do you make a salad that no one can refuse? Then it’s time for you to cash in on your cooking passion with Hollandia Produce, L.P.’s first ever recipe contest. Here’s how you can join in the fun. Now through July 31, create and… Read the Rest »

Greens Abound in Easter and Passover Meals

March 31, 2015 | post a comment

  This week all over the world, families and friends will gather to celebrate Passover (April 3-11) and Easter (April 5). Cooking a special meal for your loved ones can be stressful, but with a bit of planning, you can calmly create delectable dishes that your guests will remember for… Read the Rest »

A “Green” Bloody Mary and Smoked Salmon Wraps: A Healthy Twist on Two New Year’s Day Brunch Classics

January 1, 2015 | post a comment

It’s hard to believe another year has passed. But what better way to ring in 2015, than hosting a New Year’s brunch? To support and encourage your guests who’ve resolved to eat healthier in the New Year, here are some healthier twists to everyone’s classic brunch menu. First, toast the… Read the Rest »

Hollandia Produce: The Best of 2014

December 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

As 2014 winds down, we’re reminded of how far we’ve come and how much further we hope go. Yet, before we rush into a whirlwind of New Year’s goals, let’s first acknowledge the seasonal milestones that our staff, customers and consumers have helped us to achieve. Winter –Sowing the Seeds… Read the Rest »

Spicy Tofu Butter Lettuce Wraps for Vegan Month

November 18, 2014 | post a comment

Nowadays, people become vegan for many reasons. It may be as a stance against animal cruelty, to reduce their carbon footprint, or simply as a healthy lifestyle choice. While we don’t purport to be anti-meat or dairy, as you may have gathered from our previous recipe posts, we do agree… Read the Rest »