Nogales-based grower to start Mexican onion season this month

SunFed has announced it is starting its Mexican onion season in December. Fresh white onions will be available early December with volumes picking up by mid-December, the company shared.

The crop will focus on fresh onions and will be available in Jumbo 50 lb and 25 lb sacks, 40 lb cartons & RPCs. SunFed says special orders are not out of the question, 24/2# and 14/3# consumer bags are available as well.

Production starts early December in San Luis Potosi and will move to Morelos to finish out the month. January production starts and remains in Tamaulipas until the transition to Texas onions.

According to SunFed, white onions have a clean, fresh, spicy taste and are more tender and thinner skinned than other varieties. Typically used in broth and soups, raw and cooked salsas, grilled with peppers and fajitas, and added to the tops of enchiladas and street tacos for added spice and crunch, white onions are a staple. The company suggests sautéing them to bring out the natural sugar in the onions, adding a richness to the meal as a yellow onion would.

“SunFed continues to grow and add to our product lineup to better meet our customers needs.”, Gretchen explains, “We added onions last year and had a successful season. We are continually looking at new items that will fit our mix, catch the consumers attention, and add to the ring of the register.”

For more information:
Gretchen Kreidler Austin
Tel: +1 (210) 632-9433

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