It's time to crunch

Raw or cooked, peeled or scrubbed clean, carrots are one of the most popular vegetables in the world! They are versatile, healthy, and taste great.

We asked consumers to test our carrots.
This is what they had to say...

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CLEANER

Two thirds agree that our carrots are CLEANER than others they usually eat.

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CRUNCHIER

More than half said that Gwillimdale Farms carrots have a better texture (bite) than other carrots on the market.

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just better...

60% indicated that Gwillimdale Farms carrots provide a better overall impression.

Aren't carrots just carrots?
We don't think so!

Our mineral enriched soil produces flavourful carrots that are substantial in length and bright in colour.

We Grow, pack & Ship

To maintain excellent quality control, we manage the supply chain from the seeds right through to the delivery to your local store. We grow, harvest, clean, pack and ship our carrots ourselves, using modern processes. For example, our produce is washed in water that is cleaned using a natural ozone system, as opposed to added chemicals.

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Frequently asked questions

Carrots are a nutrient dense food. Just 100 g of carrots (about 2 small carrots or approx. one cup) is just 41 calories but provides over 130% of your daily recommended dose of Vitamin A, 17% of Vitamin K, 10% of Vitamin C, 10% of fibre (2.4 g), 9% of potassium, 8% of folate, 5% of magnesium, and 256 µg of the antioxidant lutein and zeaxanthin. They are also a source of fibre and 87% water.  100 g of carrots are just 2% of your Recommended Daily Intake of calories based on 2000 calories/day.  One medium carrot = one daily serving of vegetables.

Keep our carrots in the bag they come in and store them in the refrigerator. You’ll find them one of the least perishable vegetables, often lasting well for several weeks. If you have forgotten about your carrots and there are signs of spoilage, adapt the phrase, “When in doubt, please throw out.” We’d prefer that you compost them instead.

Carrots are topped to prevent dehydration that will cause wilting and toughening.
Carrots greens also will spoil more quickly than the orange root so topping them helps to preserve the freshness of the vegetable.