Veggie Spring Mix
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Veggie Spring Mix

Try our Spring Mix packed with lots of veggies including carrots, cabbage and radishes!

What’s inside:Carrots, Baby Tango Lettuce, Baby Green Leaf Lettuce, Baby Green Oak Lettuce, Baby Lollo Rossa, Baby Red Butter Lettuce, Baby Red Leaf Lettuce, Baby Red Oak Lettuce, Radishes, Red Cabbage, Radicchio, Baby Spinach, Baby Bok Choy, Baby Arugula, Baby Mizuna, Ingredients May Vary.
Nutrition Information
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 3
Serving Per Container 2.5
Amount Per Serving
Calories 20
% Daily Value*
Total Fat0g0%
Sodium45mg2%
Total Carbohydrate4g1%
Dietary Fiber1g4%
Sugars2g
Protein1g
 
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients:

Carrots, Baby Tango Lettuce , Baby Green Leaf Lettuce, Baby Green Oak Lettuce, Baby Lollo Rossa, Baby Red Butter Lettuce, Baby Red Leaf Lettuce, Baby Red Oak Lettuce, Radishes, Red Cabbage, Radicchio, Baby Spinach, Baby Pak Choi, Baby Arugula, Baby Mizuna. Ingredients May Vary.

 (1 Review)
Average Rating 5 out of 5
David H.
Aug 18, 2018 (1 year 3 months ago)
Great salads
I'm a 60 yr old bachelor. I love your variety. I'm very disappointed about the new recycled plastic bag that greeted me today as I made my selection. As soon as the scissor makes that first cut that plastic has no structural integrity left and tears run freely to be over helpful with the distribution of the salad. Yup! Very disappointing!!!
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Janet P.
May 28, 2019 (6 months 1 week ago)
This product is deceptively labeled. I’d asked my husband to bring home a bag of Spring Mix salad expecting mostly greens and instead got shredded red cabbage with a scattering of carrots and a few greens. This is what I’d expect from a coleslaw mix, NOT from a “Spring” mix. VERY disappointed!
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