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Baby Bella Mushrooms

Monterey Mushrooms Baby Bellas are our longest-lasting, freshest mushrooms both on the produce shelves and served on your plate.

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Fast, Fresh Flavor

You’re always looking for ways to sneak extra nutrients and flavor onto your dinner plate, but fresh produce spoils so fast! Not to mention, all that food prep can turn what sounded like a quick dinner into a few-hour affair.

Luckily, there’s one grocery item you can count on for a quick, nutritiously delicious meal: Monterey’s Baby Bella mushrooms.

Our favorite Brown mushrooms not only last longer and are packed with more nutrients than traditional White mushrooms, but our beautiful Bellas also come in pre-sliced packages to save you time.

Reach in the fridge for a hassle-free, healthy complement to your meal, every time you choose Monterey. Monterey Mushrooms' Baby Bellas enhance both the produce shelves and your plate with their colorful beauty.

Your Natural Source of Vitamin D

While not all commercially-grown mushrooms contain vitamin D, Monterey’s High Vitamin D mushrooms do — boasting 50% of the Daily Value of D2 per serving, just for you!

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Nutrition Info of Baby Bellas

5 raw Baby Bella mushrooms (85 g):

*10 mcg (400IU) of vitamin D = 50% DV (UV-exposed mushrooms)

How They Stack Up

Selenium

Selenium works as an antioxidant to protect body cells from damage that might lead to heart disease, some cancers and other diseases of aging. Also found to be important for the immune system and fertility in men. 1


1. Phillips KM, Horst RL, Koszewski NJ, Simon RR (2012) Vitamin D4 in Mushrooms. PLoS ONE 7(8): e40702. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040702

Potassium

Potassium aids in the maintenance of normal fluid and mineral balance, which helps control blood pressure. It also plays a role in making sure nerves and muscles, including the heart, function properly. 2


2. US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service, Nutrient Data Laboratory. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Legacy. Version Current: April 2018. Internet: http://www.ars.usda.gov/nutrientdata

B Vitamins

Riboflavin helps with the production of hormones and also plays an important role in the nervous system. Niacin helps maintain healthy red blood cells. Pantothenic acid promotes healthy skin and makes sure the digestive and nervous systems function properly. 2


2. US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service, Nutrient Data Laboratory. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Legacy. Version Current: April 2018. Internet: http://www.ars.usda.gov/nutrientdata

Beta-Glucans

Beta-glucans' immunity-stimulating effects contribute to resistance against allergies and may participate in physiological processes related to the metabolism of fats and sugars in the human body. 3


3. Rop, O., Mlcek, J., & Jurikova, T. (2009). Beta-glucans in higher fungi and their health effects. Nutrition Reviews, 67, 624-631.

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