Sunions Back in Stores

Now in their second season, Sunions onions are available at stores again.

Sunions, a long-day sweet onion variety grown in Washington and Nevada, was developed by Nunhems Vegetable Seeds and is distributed by Generation Farms, Onions 52 and Peri & Sons Farms, according to a news release.

Sunions are released for sale using a certification process that includes a sensory panel with the authority to determine Sunions ship dates, according to the release. The release said the panel uses three separate tests for both flavor and tearlessness before releasing Sunions for shipping.

Last season, Sunions attracted 1.2 billion consumer media impressions in print, radio, web and television media, according to the release.

Unlike other long-day onions, Sunions actually become sweeter and tearless in storage, according to the release.

Sunions are supported by a marketing plan including point-of-sale materials, produce manager education, social media content, a targeted digital advertising program and consumer public relations campaign. Check for information on product availability.


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Sunions change the game in the kitchen - tears while slicing, dicing, mincing and chopping are all a thing of the past. Toss the goggles in the swim bag and save the chewing gum for later as you'll need neither when you add Sunions to your list of ingredients. Check back for the latest news about Sunions and how we're using them thorughout the year!
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