Green Onions

Green Onions

June 5th, 2017—Fearlessly Archived—Still a fun read; price & availability may have changed. 

No mere garnish, and not exactly the same thing as scallions, Green Onions can be used to flavor all kinds of things. Let’s start in the middle, with the scallion thing. Green Onions do in fact look like scallions to the untrained eye (e.g., our eyes until we learned this), except scallions haven’t developed a bulb at all. Green Onions have. It’s a subtle difference, but a difference nonetheless. Both scallions and Green Onions are white onions, harvested quite young, that feature long, straight, edible, green leaves and mild onion flavor. That mild onion flavor complements so many different foods. Add chopped green onions – leaves and bulbs together – to soups, stews, and sauces. Blend them into burgers and meatloaf. Or lightly salt them, char on your grill, and serve with fresh lime wedges and a dash of Chile Lime Seasoning – this way, they make excellent partners to steak, carne asada, grilled chicken, or grilled salmon. Of course, you can use Trader Joe’s Green Onions as garnish. Just remember they’re the kind of garnish you actually want to eat.

We’re selling each six ounce package of Green Onions for 99¢*, a price that will make you want to eat them often. You’ll find them in our refrigerated produce case.


Ingredients: Green Onions.


*Ounces, price and availability may vary by region. Currently Trader Joe's Green Onions are 99 cents in our West Coast and Texas stores, and $1.29 in our East Coast, Midwest and Southeast stores.


NOTE: Since posting, the details of this item may have changed due to fluctuating market prices, federal regulations, currency rates, drought, pestilence, bandits, rush hour traffic, filibusters, clowns, zombie apocalypse, punctilious product developers…;Contact our Crew for current price and availability.

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