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Beetroot each / per Kg

Origin Scotland

Beetroot, botanically-known as Beta vulgaris, evolved from wild seabeet, which is a native of coastlines from India to Britain and is the ancestor of all cultivated forms of beet. Grown as a winter root vegetable, it is bursting with antioxidants. Colourful fruit and vegetables, especially the red and purples ones are particularly good sources of antioxidants. In beetroot this comes in the form of betacyanin which gives the beet its strong red and purple colour. Vegetables also provide fibre to help keep our digestive systems running smoothly and help prevent us from feeling sluggish.
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Left by Carron McDiarmid on 20-Feb-2013 22:45

5 - Excellent

Delicious, baked beautifully.

Left by Anonymous on 05-May-2013 20:28

5 - Excellent

Good firm beetroot very sweet when roasted.

Left by Hilary Canto on 30-Jun-2014 14:39

4 - Good

Nice and tender as baby ones should be, the leaves were not as nice as I would like. I am used to buying whole beetroots with leaves in Greece which are very tender and succulent to eat.

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