Winter carrot

Winter carrots are large, fleshy carrots with a bright orange colour. The core is slightly lighter in tint. You can store winter carrots for a few weeks so you’ll always have some at hand. It is believed that the first carrots were grown in the Netherlands and Belgium in the 15th century. After significant cross breeding the carrot went on a journey throughout Europe two centuries later. In the Netherlands, baby carrots and winter carrots are grown on over 7,000 hectares of very fertile land, and you can taste it. Raw and properly washed, carrots are a tasty, healthy and crispy snack, but you can also cook, bake, stir fry and stew carrots in all kind of dishes.

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