Tearless and Sweet


STOP YOUR CRYING! Don't waste your tears on regular onions, start chopping Sunions.

Visit the official Sunions website to learn more.

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available in conventional and organic 

Reserve early for best supply. Harvest begins in August, and Sunions are stored until late fall when they reach peak tearlessness and sweetness. A taste panel sets the release date. Supplies are LIMITED. Private labeling options available. Contact us today to learn more. 



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Nutritional Value

Serving Size: 1 Medium Onion (Cooked)

Nutrition Facts Gram Percent
Calories 45 g 3%
Total Fat 0 g 0%
Cholestrol 0 g 0%
Total Carbs 11 g 4%
Dietary Fiber 2 g 12%
Sugars 5 g 3%
Protein 1 g 3%


Sodium 6.4 g 3%
Potassium 190 g 5%
Calcium 36.8 g 14%
Iron 0.3 g 1%


Vitamin A 3 IU 0%
Vitamin C 11.8 g 3%
Storage Tips
  • Keep whole onions in a cool, dark, dry, well ventilated place like a pantry, closet or cold storage area.
  • Sweet onions have a shorter shelf life so use the sweets sooner rather than later.
  • Do not keep whole onions in the refrigerator.
  • Do not keep onions in a plastic bag, lack of air movement reduces storage life.
  • Sliced or chopped onions can be stored in the fridge, in a sealed container for up to seven days.
  • Do not store your onions near your potatoes. Gases released by onions will hasten sprouting in potatoes.

Shelf LIfe

Onion Condition
Whole 2 weeks
Sliced or Diced 1 week
Cooked 3 days
Precooked Onion Rings 1 week
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