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Foote Brook Farm Organic Green Beans

Average rating
(based upon 5 reviews)

Sweet, crisp and full flavored. A great deal of work goes into growing and picking these vegetables, picking frequently to catch the beans in the height of their crispness.

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Storage Tips
Store in the refrigerator in a plastic bag. Their flavor and texture is best within a few days.

Foote Brook Farm, W Johnson, VT

Originally known as string beans because of the 'string' that runs along the seam of the bean pod. The string has since been bred out of most varieties to make for less fuss during processing. They are harvested in their immature state, before the beans are fully developed, when the pods are crisp, tender and juicy. Also know as snap beans, aptly named for the sound they make when you break one in half.
Store in the refrigerator in a plastic bag. Their flavor and texture is best within a few days.
Certified Organic


September 5, 2021 by

This was the best bunch of green beans I've ever had. So tender and delicious when cooked. Remarkably free of blemishes or spots.

tender and delicious
August 18, 2021 by

This generous bag of green beans was excellent. The beans were all perfect, tender, slim, and delicious. Not a bad bean in the bunch making this a great value.

a taste of summer
August 15, 2021 by

These green beans are really great, they remind me of the green beans my Dad grew when I was a kid. The order is large, and we love that, so far our favorite pairing is with Reds Best Halibut and these green beans in a red curry served over jasmine rice

August 15, 2019 by

Way too big to eat. Should have been picked earlier. Will try to not waste by slow cooking but otherwise will not buy again.

July 18, 2015 by

These green beans are to die for!! The most tender I've ever had. Usually I cook string beans Chinese style, stir fried with a generous amount of oil until they are wrinkled and almost burned because it doesn't matter if they are tender or not. With these crisp tender green beans I was able to boil them lightly for three minutes and toss with pesto, ricotta cheese, sliced and boiled potatoes with pasta and they were magnificent :)