Scallion Nutrition

Scallions are mostly made of water. A cup of scallions has an estimated 32 calories, trace amounts of fat have been discovered, and zero cholesterol.
Scallions have less sugar and fewer carbs than vegetables like carrots, potatoes, and corn.
1-cup serving of scallions or 5 estimated per serving:

- Twice the daily recommended amount for adults of vitamin K, designed to help blood clots and keeps bones strong

- Provides and estimated 25% of your daily value for vitamin C, an antioxidant that protects cells from damage

- Provides 16% of your daily requirement for folate, a vital vitamin needed to make DNA 



Most onion cultivars are about 89% water, 9% carbohydrates (including 4% sugar and 2% dietary fibre), 1% protein, and negligible fat (table). Onions contain low amounts of essential nutrients and have an energy value of 166 kJ (40 kilocalories) in a 100 g (3.5 oz) amount. Onions contribute savoury flavour to dishes without contributing significant caloric content.[19]

PFC Farms Nutritional Information

Carbs4 g
Dietary Fiber1 g
Sugar2 g
Fat0 g
Saturated0 g
Polyunsaturated-- g
Monounsaturated-- g
Trans0 g
Protein1 g
Sodium10 mg
Potassium-- mg
Cholesterol0 mg
Vitamin A4 %
Vitamin C15 %
Calcium4 %
Iron4 %

Percentages are based on a diet of 2000 calories a day.