Canned Peas

Girl With Peas
  • Canned foods often provide needed nutrients at a lower cost than fresh, frozen and dried forms, particularly when price, waste and time to prepare are considered.
  • Canned peas are a convenient and easy way to add vegetables to your diet.
  • All forms - canned, fresh, frozen, dried and 100% juice - of fruits and vegetables provide needed nutrients that make up a healthy diet.
  • From a nutrition and sensory standpoint, recipes prepared with canned ingredients and those prepared using cooked fresh and/or frozen ingredients rate comparably.


Quick Tips for Using Canned Peas:

  • Puree a can of peas with a mixture of seasonings and herbs to make a salad dressing that's half the fat and an added serving of vegetables.
  • Add peas to brown rice, soups or salads for an added serving of vegetables.

Del Monte Foods Inc.

Fairbault Foods

Lakeside Foods

Seneca Foods




The Canned Food Alliance, a National Strategic Partner of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, is a consortium of steelmakers, can manufacturers, food processors and affiliate members. For more information about canned food research, facts, resources, the canning process, family mealtime solutions, recipes that use canned foods and more, visit Mealtime.org.