Marrowfat Peas

Marrowfat Peas (Pisum sativum) also known as mushy peas and canning peas are a spring sown field pea. In general in the UK the sowing season of Marrowfat Peas starts in February then the harvest takes place from August. They are traditionally used in processed foods for mushy peas, soups, cooked and frozen meals and snacks. Marrowfat Peas have been recognized and approved as healthy diet foods for over 100 years. In fact, Marrowfat Peas are used around the world in many different ways. In the Far East and some parts of South East Asia they are used as savory foods and wasabi snack foods. There are a number of varieties such as Sakura, Kabuki, Genki and Neon. All these Marrowfat Peas are suitable for many food applications.

Mountain Moonlight Intl. provides the most suitable Marrowfat Peas with the right specification for the individual purposes of each customer. For full details and specification, please send us your enquiry via our Enquiry Address.