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Butternut Squash

The orange, firm flesh of the butternut squash has a slightly sweet, buttery flavour. The butternut squash tastes a little milder and nuttier than the well-known pumpkin. Yex provides active promotional support for this wonderful product and we will be happy to help you with promotions and activities!


Butternut squash goes under our brand Discovered.





What is butternut squash?

The butternut squash is a bottle-shaped type of squash with a sweet taste. All the seeds and membranes are found in the round part of the butternut and are therefore easy to remove. The name ‘butternut’ comes from its buttery flesh and nutty flavour.

Where does butternut squash come from?

The butternut squash originates from Mexico and Guatemala. Our butternut squashes come mainly from Portugal and Brazil.

How do you store butternut squash?

Before selling, the butternut squash must be stored in a cool, dry place at 10 to 13°C and at a relative humidity (RH) of 75%. Do not store together with apples.

We recommend that consumers store their butternut squash in a cool, dry place. It tastes best when the skin is a deep orange colour.

How do you eat butternut squash?

This versatile squash can be eaten raw or steamed, but the flavour really comes into its own when it is roasted. One big advantage of the butternut squash is that you don’t need to peel it. The skin is thin and is softened by cooking.


Calendar Butternut Squash

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Portugal
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Passport Butternut squash

     
     
Variety Butternut Squash  
Species Cucurbita moschata  
Family Cucurbitaceae  
Origin Mexico  
Source Portugal, Brazil  
Availability Year-round  
Packaging Ask about the option  
Brand Discovered or suppliers' brand  






Growing areas Butternut squash





Discovered Butternut Squash


Butternut squash goes under our brand Discovered. The packaging on Discovered products provides not only details about their source and flavour – and the standard table of nutritional values – but also explains how the product should be stored and prepared.