Ever tried black carrots? They are an excellent source of anthocyanins and are a must-try this winter.
The long carrots are called imperators and are typically grown in loose and rich soil.
Full of rich flavours and colour, Danvers was first grown in 1871 and since then has become popular around the world.
Conical-shaped Chantenay carrots grow in heavy soil and are perfect to grow at home.
Great for salads, Purple carrots are from the Danvers family. They are full of anthocyanins and are great for health.
Yellow carrots are rich in beta carotene and Vitamin A. They are sweeter than orange carrots.
White carrots contain phytochemicals and have a mild flavour. Their look resembles a raddish.