Wholesale Sweet Peppers

DEC TO MAY
Bright in color, but miniature in size, sweet mini peppers come in a trio of red, orange, and yellow. They are grown specifically for their mild flavor and their compact appearance. On average, a vine normally yields 150-250 pods per plant, each harvest. Luckily for us, they aren’t a seasonal fruit, so they can be harvested all year round. What gives sweet mini peppers an edge from their larger counterpart, the bell pepper, is its obvious, more petite appearance. Growing anywhere from 1.5 to 4 inches in length, they are a hybrid of hot peppers and your more well-known bell pepper. This combination creates a happy medium of crunchy sweetness without the heat. Sweet minis are substantially high in vitamin C, low in calories, naturally fat-free, and a great source of fiber. They are not only packed full of nutrients, but are versatile when added to your favorite dishes. Its crunch factor is perfect for salads, they are compact enough for kabobs on the grill, and ideal for snacking. They are also fantastic for amping up any dish by utilizing its natural pocket to stuff your favorite protein or grains for baking. When cooking, the best part about sweet mini peppers is the lack of prep time needed to prepare these tiny treats. They grow with few to no seeds, so cooking is virtually hassle-free with these minis.

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Sweet Peppers Wholesale Packages


Sweet mini peppers are a petite snack that really packs a punch. They are a fantastic choice for cooking, although most people enjoy them in their raw form with hummus as a light snack. When used for Kabobs they are easy to prepare and even easier to eat. They are tasty with a sweet and savory twist. Adding color to your diet, you can’t go wrong with enjoying one of nature’s easiest and tastiest fast foods.

Sweet Peppers Wholesale Packages


12x1’s (12 bags of 1 LB)


24x8 (24 bags of 8oz)


BULK 25#

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