(Pisum sativum)

a green pod with 7 or nine small seeds inside. As well as peas cultivated for the consumption of their seeds (which are small, tender and sweet), there is another variety called the sugar pea, which has very small seeds, but also has a tender and exquisite pod.

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    • Outdoor growing
    • Forced growing in greenhouses
    • Preservation in cooling chambers
    • Product from several sources
    • Contrasting product (from the southern hemisphere)

Translation of the name

Catalan: Pèsol
Spanish: Guisante
English: Pea




Commercial: Garden produce fruit
Scientific: Papilonàcia


Carouby de Maussane, Caputxí o estirabec, Cash, Jumbo, Tirabeque

Nutritional value

92 calories per cada 100 grams

Grams which make up a serving

200-250 grams

The tree it grows on and its curiosities


The main producers are India, the United States, China, France and the United Kingdom. In Spain it is grown in the regions of Zaragoza, La Rioja, Valladolid, Navarre, Murcia, Alicante, Barcelona, Tarragona, Cadiz, Castellón, and Almeria.

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