Your shopping cart is empty!
Common Name: White Kidney Bean
Botanical Name: Phaseolus Vulgaris
Origin: South America, North America, Europe, Asia, Africa
White kidney bean is an herbaceous annual plant native in the Americas. Several cultures include white kidney beans in their diets due to its rich nutrient profile. White kidney bean comes from the large legume family Fabaceae. Plants that produce the white navy bean may be either a bush type or vine type.
Most of us know white kidney beans by their Italian name – cannellini. However, like most beans, they originally hail from the Americas, specifically Argentina. Their creamy, nutty flavor has made them welcomed in many dishes.
White kidney beans make a great choice for vegan protein. A one-cup serving of white kidney beans may contain up to 30% of the recommended daily value of protein. White kidney bean also contains an excellent amount of fiber, with a one-cup serving of the starchy vegetable containing up to 45% of the recommended daily value.
White kidney bean lends itself to various types of applications, including flavoring and as a natural colorant. Formulate with white kidney bean today. Ask for a sample right away.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.