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 Shallots are tender in texture, mild in flavor (less pungent than the onion), and quick cooking. Since each head is made up of several cloves, they often resemble garlic rather than onions. Skin color can range from pale brown or gray to a soft rose. Once exposed, the ivory flesh is usually marked by a pale green or purple color. Shallots are excellent additions to sauces, stews, soups, and salads.