Swiss chard

(Beta vulgaris)

White stalked vegetable with big, wavy, shiny green leaves which have strongly marked nerves.

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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: Bleda
Spanish: Acelga
English: Swiss chard




Commercial: Leaf garden produce
Scientific: Quenopodiàcia


Swiss chard green, Groga de Lyon

Nutritional value

33 calories per cada 100 grams

Grams which make up a serving

250 grams

The tree it grows on and its curiosities

Swiss chard

In Spain, the main cultivation areas are Múrcia, Barcelona, Málaga, Valencia, Madrid, Cádiz, Zaragoza.

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