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Romano Bean
  • Fresh Frozen Romano Bean Cuts
  • Fresh Frozen Romano Bean Cuts
  • Fresh Frozen Romano Bean Cuts
Fresh Frozen Romano Bean Cuts
Item Code: GT1048
Port: Xiamen
Payment: L/C, D/P
Color: Green
Lead Time: 2-3 weeks from order confirmation
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Fresh Frozen Romano Bean Cuts


 Process Method  Frozen/IQF, Stringless
 Size  Length=1-2cm, 2-4cm
 Brand  Greentree or OEM
 Crop Season  Apr-May
 Package  1*10kgs or as per request
 Shelf Life  2 years
 Certificates  HACCP, ISO, BRC, KOSHER, Non-GMO etc.
 Exported Market  North American,South-East Asia, EU, Middle East


Frozen Romano Bean Cuts are the product prepared from clean, fresh romano bean (known as Italian Flat bean), by cleaning, washing, cutting, blanching, draining, and freezing in accordance with good commercial practice, packaging and storage at the necessary temperature to keep their nutritional characteristics in optimum condition. 


IQF Romano Bean Cuts are broad and flattened in shape, provide a crisp and fleshy in texture, extremely succulent, offering a subtlety sweet and grassy flavor, uniform size of slices 1-2cm or 2-4cm, free from decay and from damage, practically free of insignificant blemishes.

Romano Beans Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits

Romano Beans Nutrition Facts

The Romano bean, also known as the Roman bean or borlotti bean is a variety of the cranberry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), Romano bean has a creamy texture and similar flavor to chestnuts.

1) The Romano bean is great for building muscle. Romano bean is full of protein, which is an essential nutrient which helps form the structural component of body tissues and building muscle. Romano bean contains all of the nine essential amino acids that can only be obtained through consumption. 

2) Lower LDL Cholesterol: Romano beans a very good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber. Romano beans' high fiber content prevents blood sugar levels from rising too rapidly after a meal, making these beans an especially good choice for individuals with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia.

3) Folate: Romano beans contains 92 percent of the daily recommended value of folate. Romano Beans can improve one’s nervous system and are helpful for pregnant women and their babies

4) Romano Beans can help maintain a healthy blood pressure. Romano beans have a very high content of potassium and a low content of sodium. 

5) Provent Anemia: One cup of Romano beans contains 21 percent and 20 percent of the recommended value of iron and copper, respectively. A deficiency in iron can lead to anemia.

Tips of Using Romano Beans

Romano beans can be utilized in both raw and cooked. Not to overcook Romano beans as doing so can cause them to produce a slight mucilage similar to that of overcooked okra. Romano beans can be sauteed, roasted, simmered, steamed or boiled. When raw they can be sliced and added to grain or green salads or served whole along with dip as crudites. Canned and pickled romano beans used as an edible garnish.


All year around 

Stored and Transport

Best Before : 2 years

Cleanly stored and transported at or under temperature of minus 18 DC. Consume immediately once defrosted.

Microbilogical Standard

Total Plate Count(TPC)          <100000cfu/g                            E.coli                                   Negative                          Coliform                               <100cfu/g                                  Yeast                                  <200cfu/g                        Mould                               <100cfu/g                              Staphylococcus aureus         Negative                       Salmonella                            Absent/25g                                Listeria                                 Absent/25g




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