According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, spinach is free of fat, saturated fat and cholesterol. It's also low in calories, a good source of fiber and magnesium and high in vitamins A & C, iron and folate.

Produce Tips

  • Spinach is often used as a base for salads, but is also popular in dips and cooked dishes
  • Research shows that spinach can help fight cancer. It also helps promote heart health and protects the brain from some of the symptoms of aging.
  • Spinach also contains high amounts of folate, which has been shown to help protect against birth defects.
  • Wrap leafy greens in a damp paper towel and store in the refrigerator to maintain freshness.

Selecting Tips

  • Spinach should be fresh and crisp with no evidence of insect damage.

Recommended Recipes

Bacon, Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Mix & Match Watermelon Salads

Italian Sausage and Spinach Mini Breakfast Pizzas

Sunnyside Breakfast Casserole

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