Product Varieties & Packaging Options

**Minimum order quantity = 44,000 lbs.

**Pintos, Blacks and Small Reds available in Prewashed 50# bags.

  BULK 100# 50# 25# 20# 24/1# 12/2# 6/4# 4/10# 12/5#
GREAT NORTHERNS X X X X X X X X    
PINTOS X X X X X X X X X  
MAYACOBAS X   X   X X X X    
PEARLED BARLEY     X X            
SOUP MIX         X X        
SMALL REDS X X   X X X        
PINK BEANS X X   X   X        
BLACK BEANS X X X X X X X X    
LIGHT RED KIDNEYS X X   X X X X      
LARGE LIMAS   X   X X X X      
BABY LIMAS   X   X X X X      
BLACKEYES   X   X X X X      
SMALL WHITES   X   X X X        
GARBANZOS   X   X X X        
NAVY (PEA) BEANS X X   X X X X X    
GREEN SPLITS   X   X X X        
WHOLE GREENS   X   X   X        
YELLOW SPLITS   X   X X X        
LENTILS   X   X X X        
EXTRA LONG GRAIN RICE     X     X X      
YELLOW POPCORN     X   X X X      
DARK RED KIDNEYS X X X   X          
CRANBERRY BEANS X X X   X          

“In addition to being notably high in calcium, soluble fiber, folate, iron, and potassium — all nutrients that can reduce the risk of osteoporosis — white beans are also high in magnesium, a mineral that may play a supporting role when it comes to treating and preventing osteoporosis. Magnesium helps your body neutralize metabolic acids, absorb calcium, and maintain strong bone structure. Adding white beans to soups, stews, or salads is an easy and inexpensive way to get more of these fortifying nutrients into your meals.”

“Don’t Like Milk? Here Are 8 Foods That Help Fight Osteoporosis,” www.joybauer.com, January 2012