All posts in the ‘ Live Gourmet Products ’ Category


Juicing with Grace McGuire, A Vegan Super Mom and Health Blogger

April 29, 2015 | post a comment

  Grace McGuire is a passionate mother of two based in Allen, TX. A vegan since she was 22-years-old, McGuire often shares her nutrient-dense juices on Instagram and will share her foodie wisdom on her soon-to-be blog Nourish with Whole Foods. We recently had the pleasure to speak with McGuire… 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 »

Get your Green on this St. Patrick’s Day!

March 16, 2015 | post a comment

Ring in this St. Patrick’s Day by getting your green on! There’s no need to sacrifice taste for nutrition during this sometimes raucous holiday. Top o’ the morning to you! Start your day off right by tossing a handful of Grower Pete’s certified Organic Living Watercress or Live Gourmet® Living… Read the Rest »

Holiday Party Watercress Cocktail

December 2, 2014 | post a comment

Have you ever heard of a “croptail?” Neither had we, until we found this watercress cocktail recipe from Hemispheres Magazine. A “croptail” is a vegetable-based cocktail, such as a Bloody Mary. Austin Carson, from Denver’s Mizuna restaurant, wanted to venture beyond the usual concoctions, so he created the Prudence and… Read the Rest »

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

November 12, 2014 | post a comment

What’s the difference between Butter, Boston and Bibb lettuce? Why do these varieties all look the same? Why do recipes and food guides use their names interchangeably? If you have asked any of these questions, you’re not alone. Many consumers today find the naming scheme of this variety very confusing…. Read the Rest »

Dos and Don’ts for Extending Leafy Greens

September 10, 2014 | post a comment

How frustrating is it when you have to discard unused leafy greens, because they wilted before you had the opportunity to eat them? This is bound to happen with fresh produce. Fortunately, you can extend the shelf life of your leafy greens and to help you, we’ve compiled this list of… Read the Rest »

Super Confused about Superfoods?

August 11, 2014 | post a comment

Ever wondered what’s so super about a superfood? Are you confused about the difference between watercress and upland cress? You’re not alone, so let us clarify the facts for you. A superfood is an extremely nutrient-dense food that, when eaten, is considered to be very beneficial for maintaining good health…. Read the Rest »

Hollandia at PMA Foodservice Conference

July 23, 2014 | post a comment

On July 26, Hollandia Produce, L.P., will be among the expected 160 exhibitors and 1,700 attendees at the PMA Foodservice Conference & Expo being held in Monterey, CA, just outside the state’s Central and Salinas valley, or better known as the Ag belt. It is the only event focused exclusively… Read the Rest »

How Hollandia Produce, L.P.’s Watercress Can Help You Avoid Chronic Diseases

July 8, 2014 | post a comment

Our zesty watercress has always been a tasty favorite to add a little spice to any recipe, but who knew it was also one of the highest vegetables in nutrient density. In a new study naming powerhouse fruits and vegetables, our watercress has been named a category leader in nutrition…. Read the Rest »

How to Make Chicken Salad Butter Lettuce Wraps for the 4th of July

July 1, 2014 | 1 Comment

As we all know Friday is America’s Independence Day! Why not bring a nice picnic dinner to enjoy during the fireworks show?  For a healthy, delicious meal that puts a more contemporary feel on a classic summer favorite, follow this quick and easy recipe, to mouthwatering Lemon, Tarragon Chicken Salad… Read the Rest »