Organic produce is grown with no chemical pesticides or fungicides and they are third party certified as being organically grown in accordance with the guidelines mandated by the USDA's Organic Foods Production Act of 2002.
Organic Chard (Red)
Red Swiss Chard has a stronger flavor than the green chard variety with green leaves and stalks. The stalks have a crisp, delicate, celery-like flavor. The leaves are often used like spinach and when left raw impart a beet-like flavor. The leaves may be substituted for spinach in most recipes, while stems work well in recipes calling for asparagus.