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Celery, Sliced

Sliced Celery
Ready-Set-Serve (RSS) 1/4" Sliced Celery offers 100% usable product, fixed weight and yield, no preservatives, and sensible pack sizes.
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Product Details

Shelf Life:
Best If Used By date.
Ethylene Producing:
Ethylene Sensitive:

Available Offerings from Markon for Celery, Sliced

Description Net Weight Pack GTIN UPC
Celery, Sliced, 1/4" 10 pounds or 5 kilograms 2/5# 1 06 11628 91671 9 6 11628 91671 2

Storage Tips:

Store away from ethylene gas and ripening rooms and in high humidity.

Handling Tips:

Reseal unused portion in original bag. This product is table ready and does not need to be rinsed.

General Usage Ideas

  • Mix together RSS Sliced Celery, roasted and sliced beets, sliced shallots, and fresh mint; drizzle with vinaigrette made with Italian parsley
  • Sauté RSS Sliced Celery, jicama, pepitas, RSS Washed & Trimmed Cilantro, and the zest of MFC Lemons; deglaze with RSS Lemon Juice; substitute for green beans
  • Stir RSS Sliced Celery into creamy salads such as potato, tuna, chicken, egg, and lobster; serve in sandwiches or as a side dish

Fall / Winter Usage Ideas:

  • Simmer cranberries and sugar in RSS Proprietary Blend Orange Juice until berries burst; remove from heat and stir in RSS Sliced Celery and sliced almonds
  • Stir together RSS Sliced Celery, chopped, skin-on MFC Red Delicious Apples, currants, walnuts, mayonnaise, and RSS Lemon Juice; serve with sandwiches and burgers
  • Mix RSS Fruit Salad Deluxe with RSS Sliced Celery and shaved fennel; serve on a bed of RSS Baby Spinach

Spring / Summer Usage Ideas:

  • Add plain yogurt, RSS Peeled Garlic, baby dill, and RSS Lemon Juice to sliced MFC Cucumbers and RSS Sliced Celery; serve with lamb burgers
  • Toss RSS Spring Mix, RSS Sliced Celery, watercress, blue cheese, and walnuts with cracked-pepper vinaigrette
  • Toss firm tofu and RSS Sliced Celery with sesame-soy vinaigrette; garnish with toasted black sesame seeds

Did You Know?

Using a celery stick to garnish a Bloody Mary originated in the 1960s at Chicago's Ambassador East Hotel. An unnamed celebrity got a Bloody Mary, but no swizzle stick. He grabbed a stalk of celery from the relish tray to stir his Bloody Mary and history was made.