At Wholesum, we grow our produce in greenhouses, shade houses, and open fields. Most of our produce is grown in greenhouses because we can control the environment, meaning that you get the produce you love all year long.
Yes! We grow all of our produce using simple, clean growing methods. We don’t use GMOs, or any synthetic pesticides. This results in Certified Organic produce that is better tasting and better for you.
Yes, all of Wholesum’s produce is gluten free.
Yes! All of our produce is USDA Certified Organic, which means that we go the extra mile to make sure you only get the best.
We grow our tomatoes in several locations so that you can have your favorite produce year-round. Learn more about our farms here.
We time the harvesting of our tomatoes so that they should get to you at peak ripeness. Make sure that the tomato you select in your favorite store is a full, deep red.
Choose tomatoes that have a deep color with no blemishes. Give it a gentle squeeze – it should be firm.
Wash your tomatoes, then pat them dry and place them on a cutting board. Put the tomato on its side and slice off the top. Slice as thin or as thick as you’d like.
We recommend storing tomatoes in a cool, dry place away from other ethylene-producing fruits or vegetables such as bananas. Do not refrigerate. They will lose their flavor.
Yes! Eggplant is a healthy vegetable that includes vitamin A and vitamin C, which help protect your cells. It’s cholesterol-free, and low in sodium.
Eggplant should be stored in a dry, cool spot on the counter away from direct sunlight.
Eggplant is a versatile vegetable that tastes great in many dishes! Check out our Recipes page for inspiration for your next meal!
Keep your organic cucumbers in the refrigerator, and make sure to enjoy within 4-6 days after purchase.
If you’re eating cucumbers raw, there’s no need to peel them! Simply rinse under water for a few seconds and pat dry before enjoying. However, if you plan on cooking your cucumbers, use a vegetable peeler and remove the skin before cooking.
Zucchini is actually a type of squash – summer squash, to be exact.
Nope! Just be sure to cut off the ends and wash for a few seconds before enjoying.
Yes, squash can be eaten raw or cooked. Check out some of our favorite recipes.
First, remove the stem, and then use a spoon to scoop out the seeds.
To keep your peppers fresh and crispy, place them in the vegetable crisper of your refrigerator. They should last 1-2 weeks when chilled.