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Cactus Strips

Nopales are thick, oval, flat, modified stems of the cactus plant eaten as a vegetable. It’s soft pads, known as nopalitos, are one of the chief components of Mexican cuisine since olden times and today, gaining popularity among the Europeans and US for their health benefiting profile. The cactus species is thought to have originated in the desert lands of Mexico. Over two hundred Cactaceae cultivars grow in their natural habitat, particularly in the semi-arid and dry areas of northern Mexico. Edible cactus paddles, however, gathered from the Opuntia ficus-indica (Barbary fig) plants.

Country of Origin

  • USA
  • Mexico

Packing List

  • Cactus Strips – 3Kgs x 6

Whole Tomatillo

Tomatillos are like a gift. Tart green fruit that’s sometimes confused with an unripe tomato, wrapped in a crinkly husk. Peel the wrapping away and you’re left with a world of possibility.

While tomatillos are available year round, their peak season is right now. To help you take full advantage, we’re sharing 15 delicious ways to use these green gems for breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy hour!

If the first thing you think of when you see tomatillos is salsa verde, we don’t blame you. Us too! Not only is it totally addicting, it’s super versatile. This dip is also the perfect spread to take sandwiches to the next level and a must for enchiladas. Don’t limit tomatillos to just dip though, they’re capable of so much more! They can give a standard plate of huevos rancheros a delicious facelift, add huge flavor to soup and transform a pork tenderloin.

Country of Origin

  • USA
  • Mexico

Packing List

  • Whole Tomatillo – 3Kgs x 6

Crushed Tomatillo

Crushed Tomatillo. Is made from tomatillo, sometimes called miltomate or tomate verde (“green tomato” not a true tomato, belongs in the berry family

Country of Origin

  • USA
  • Mexico

Packing List

  • Crushed Tomatillo – 3Kgs x 6