Each year since 1996 Broadview Produce Company Inc. has endeavoured to import the finest quality products while following Food Safety protocols. Some of the imported products include Avocados, Mangoes, Limes, Guava, Green Beans, French Beans, Crown Broccoli, Cauliflower, Meti, Leeks, Coriander, Pea-Tip Leaves and Kale.
We package Broadview’s produce in our own labels such as St. Carlos™, Tokyo Veggie™, Monarch Mangoes™, Julie Brand Mangoes,
Lucas’ Finest™, Pacifico™ and Noreste™.
Tokyo Brand Vegetables
Products include Avocados, Mangoes, Limes, Guava, Green Beans, French Beans, Crown Broccoli, Cauliflower, Meti, Leeks, Coriander, Pea-Tip Leaves and Kale.
Containing anti-inflammatory properties and powerful anti-oxidants, cauliflower also helps with digestion and is rich in vitamin c and manganese. Use as a delicious and nutritious alternative to mashed potatoes.
Full of iron, potassium, vitamins A and C and fiber, broccoli has a similar effect to some cholesterol lowering drugs and may also help prevent cancer. Grill, steam, and add to risotto or salads.
Working to prevent heart disease and protecting the lining of the blood vessels, the high folate content means leeks can also help avoid birth defects. The classic leek and potato soup is an easy way to introduce leeks into your diet.
Containing vitamins A, B and C, and lots of both dietary and soluble fiber, French beans help regulate blood sugar and can help with constipation. Great stir fried with garlic and pine nuts.
High in fiber and sulfur and containing zero fat, kale has enormous detoxifying properties and is tremendously beneficial to anyone wishing to cleanse their system. High too in iron, vitamins A, C and K, and calcium, kale can turn any salad into a powerhouse of nutrients.
Believed by the Chinese to remove heat from the body, pea tip leaves are high in vitamins A and C and folic acid. Helping also to keep the skin moisturized, they can be added to any Asian stir fry for a tasty health boost.
Bringing vitamins A and K, and more vitamin C per pound than oranges, Brussels sprouts are also rich sources of potassium, iron, and fiber. Helping with digestion and to lower cholesterol, they are a great addition to a regular healthy diet. Roast with olive oil to bring out the best of their flavor.
Packed full of vitamin k, excellent level on Vitamin A and are also a great source of fiber and folates. Fresh Green beans are very low in calories. Steam with shiitake mushrooms for a healthy and delicious side dish.
Limes: Our premium quality Persian limes
Once used to fight scurvy in sailors, illness caused from a deficiency of vitamin-C. Limes also help prevent gout and kidney stones. Lime juice in hot water is a great, healthy substitute for coffee, and lime zest can be used in homemade jams and preserves.
St. Carlos Haas Avacados
One of nature’s real superstars, avocados can promote a healthier heart and better skin while being a great provider of essential monounsaturated, ‘good’ fat. Whip up a healthy guacamole or slice into a salad.
Tropic Line Brand Mangoes from Ecuador
High in fiber, potassium and antioxidants, low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium, mangoes can help lower blood pressure while being great for weight gain. Use to make a delicious smoothie, a fruity salsa, or bring some tropical flavor to a salad. Lowers Cholesterol, Eye Health one cup of sliced mangoes provides 25% of vitamin A needed daily.
Madame Francis variety of mangos from Haiti
Good source of B vitamins, rich in vitamin C great to strengthen the immune system.
St. Carlos Haas Avacados
One of the most nutrient-packed fruits available, the humble guava offers mighty benefits to thyroid health, is great for diabetics, and even helps with maintaining good eyesight. Low in sugar, guava adds a tropical twist to smoothies.