Small radish

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They are small, grow in temperate areas and are exported to a range of countries as well as to the domestic market. This is almost all there is to know on Negev Produce’s small radish.

Getting to Know Small Radishes

Radishes come in many different shapes, sizes, and colours. Some are small, while others are large. Often used as a garnish or as a snack. While larger radishes are typically used in salads or as a side dish. In Negev Produce we grow two varieties: Gloriette and Danilo.


Here are some of the more popular types of radishes

  1. French Breakfast Radish

    One of the most popular types is the French breakfast radish. These radishes are long and thin, with a bright red skin and a white flesh. They have a slightly spicy flavour and are often sliced and served with butter or cream cheese as a snack. They are also commonly used as a garnish on sandwiches or salads. French Breakfast radishes grow well in all climates. Its roots have a white tip and oval shape, and they are ready to be harvested in about 45 days. This why they are popular with amateur growers.
  2. Cherry Belle Radish

    Another popular type is the cherry belle radish. These radishes are round and have a bright red skin and a white flesh. They have a mild, sweet flavour and are often used in salads or as a garnish. They are also a popular choice for pickling. The Cherry Belle radish is a common variety found at grocery stores in the spring and fall.
  3. Daikon Radish

    The daikon radish is another type of small radish that is commonly used in Asian cooking. These radishes are large and white and have a slightly sweet and spicy flavour. They are often sliced thin and used in salads, soups, or as a topping for sushi. They are also commonly pickled and used as a condiment. These radishes can be eaten raw or cooked and are also delicious when pickled.
  4. Black Radish

    These radishes have a black exterior and a white flesh, and have a very strong, pungent flavour. They are often grated and used as a condiment or in a salad. They are also commonly pickled. When black radishes are cooked their aroma and flavours become milder and a little sweeter.
  5. Icicle Radish

    Typically white or pale pink in colour. They have a mild, sweet and slightly spicy flavour. Often used in salads or as a garnish. The icicle radish is a popular Chinese radish.
  6. Watermelon Radish

    They get their name from their extreme resemblance to watermelons. The watermelon radish is a small radish that is typically green on the outside and pink on the inside. They have a mild, sweet flavour.
  7. Easter Egg Radish

    Finally, the small round radish commonly known as the Easter egg radish. They come in a variety of pastel colours like: pink, purple, white, yellow.
    They have a slightly spicy flavour.

There are many different types of small radishes

Each with their own unique flavour and appearance. From the French breakfast radish to the watermelon radish, small radishes are a versatile ingredient. They can easily be used in a variety of dishes. Looking to add a pop of colour to your salad or a spicy kick to your sandwich? Small radishes are a delicious and nutritious addition to any meal.

Exporting Radishes Across Europe

Negev Produce has been exporting our delicious radishes across Europe for many years. Our produce is shipped by sea to many ports across Europe including France, Belgium, Britain and more. In cases where urgent delivery is required, we can ship our produce by air. Our fruits and vegetables are stored and shipped in refrigerated storage units and trucks. This ensures our produce remains fresh from the moment we harvest all the way until we deliver it to you.

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Stored in refrigeration at 2 to 3 centigrade.


Sold in a 400-gram packaging under the brand name Dod Moshe. This brand is also used for export.
Negev Produce’s global operations spans over a wide variety of customers in Europe and the US who enjoy an improved, quality and fresh produce.

The main ports through which export is performed are located in

  • Britain
  • France
  • The Netherlands
  • Belgium
  • Russia

The main distribution is carried out by maritime conveying of merchandise to the closest port in Europe and from there it is transferred by trucks
to the farther countries of Northern Europe. In urgent cases, shipments can be done by air.

By employing a professional and efficient chain of supply, the company can maximize the exposure to its products and enhance their consumption in numerous countries around the world and even carry out precise follow-up on the products for quality control and logistical management.
Packaging may vary according to the country and its specified requirements.





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