Baby Cucumbers

Out of all cukes out there, the babies always make us ooh-and-ahh. NatureSweet’s Baby Cucumbers are definitely adorable, but they’re also a perfect snack or salad encoutrement. What’s special about our baby cucumbers is that they boast guaranteed flavor and quality year-round because we are 100% greenhouse-grown. 

Never waxed, crisp and easy to slice, these qualities are a testament to our freshness: hand-picked daily! Best of all, our Baby Cucumbers are seedless and can be eaten without any need to peel. So get your crunch on!

  • 24 oz

Nutrition Benefits

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Baby cucumbers are good sources of phytonutrients which are known to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer benefits.

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In just one cup of cukes, you’ll obtain about 4% of your recommended daily intake of Potassium and Vitamin C.

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Fiber is essential for digestion, and one cup of baby cucumbers gives you 3% of your daily value.

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Cucumber peel contains a good source of beta carotene which helps support your immune system and is also known to have cancer-fighting properties.

Nutrition Benefits

1

Baby cucumbers are good sources of phytonutrients which are known to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer benefits.

2

In just one cup of cukes, you’ll obtain about 4% of your recommended daily intake of Potassium and Vitamin C.

3

Fiber is essential for digestion, and one cup of baby cucumbers gives you 3% of your daily value.

4

Cucumber peel contains a good source of beta carotene which helps support your immune system and is also known to have cancer-fighting properties.

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Health Benefits:


Perfect for anyone looking for a healthy snack, baby cucumbers are inherently low in calories, carbs, sodium, and fat. In fact, in just one cup of non-peeled cucumbers, there’s only about 16 calories. If you’re looking for a low cholesterol, hydrating and crunchy diet option, the adorable baby cucumber’s got your back!

Make Some Little Pickles:


One fun way to enjoy baby pickles, is to make refrigerator dill pickles. Here’s the easiest way to do it: Combine sliced cucumbers with vinegar, salt, sugar, dill, garlic and onion. Put all the aforementioned ingredients in a 12 oz. jar with a tight lid. Shake the jar a couple of times a day for five days. Leave the pickles for a total of two weeks in the fridge and then voila! Baby pickles for everyone!

Did you know?


Amazingly, baby cucumbers are almost completely composed of water, at 95%! If you’re looking for a fun way to stay hydrated at the beach, on-the-go or poolside during the summer months, get your cukes ready because about just one cup of cucumbers equals one glass of water. This is also a fun mom-hack for kids who are picky, just find their fave dipping sauce and give them a healthy, hydrating snack anywhere, anytime.

Health Benefits:


Perfect for anyone looking for a healthy snack, baby cucumbers are inherently low in calories, carbs, sodium, and fat. In fact, in just one cup of non-peeled cucumbers, there’s only about 16 calories. If you’re looking for a low cholesterol, hydrating and crunchy diet option, the adorable baby cucumber’s got your back!

Make Some Little Pickles:


One fun way to enjoy baby pickles, is to make refrigerator dill pickles. Here’s the easiest way to do it: Combine sliced cucumbers with vinegar, salt, sugar, dill, garlic and onion. Put all the aforementioned ingredients in a 12 oz. jar with a tight lid. Shake the jar a couple of times a day for five days. Leave the pickles for a total of two weeks in the fridge and then voila! Baby pickles for everyone!

Did you know?


Amazingly, baby cucumbers are almost completely composed of water, at 95%! If you’re looking for a fun way to stay hydrated at the beach, on-the-go or poolside during the summer months, get your cukes ready because about just one cup of cucumbers equals one glass of water. This is also a fun mom-hack for kids who are picky, just find their fave dipping sauce and give them a healthy, hydrating snack anywhere, anytime.