Nutritional Benefits

Bring Health Benefits

Most likely, we are aware of the delicious, mild and sweet flavor of specialty mushrooms.

But there is more to specialty mushrooms than the taste and texture.
They are low in calories, fat free, choleserol-free and very low in sodium.
They are good source of dietary fiber and anti-oxidents.

Also specialty mushrooms provide a high level of important nutrients and minerals including selenium, ergothioneine, potassium, biotin, riboflavin, niacin and Vitamin D.

Mushrooms and Vitamin D

Mushrooms are the only fresh produce with Vitamin D.

Mushrooms naturally produce vitamin D by converting sterol to vitamin D when exposed to light.

Enviro specialty mushrooms are grown with a controlled amount of light before being picked.

Umami - natural flavor multiplier -

All mushrooms are a rich source of umami (natural flavor multiplier) that is the fifth basic taste after sweet, salty,bitter, and sour taste.

Especially rich umami ingredients of specialty mushrooms provide a high level of glutamate, an amino acid which allows for a salt reduction without compromising flavor and taste.

Specialty mushrooms are a high value food, combining good taste and a great contributions to a nutrition and healthful diet.