1 packet = 135 grams (approx.)
Showier than its green cousin, this beautiful, chopped chard has ruby-red ribs and veins and a briny, sweet, beet-like taste. Juicy and robust, its crinkled leaves stand up well to extended cooking. Try it as a layer in lasagna to add a unique color and texture.
Swiss chard is also commonly known as silverbeet, spinach beet, perpetual spinach, crab beet and mangold. One cup of cooked Swiss chard provides approximately 716% of vitamin K needs, 214% of vitamin A, 53% of vitamin C, 38% of magnesium, 29% of manganese, 27% of potassium, 22% of iron, 17% of vitamin E.