From the genus Phaseolus vulgaris, it has a characteristic mottled appearance.
From the genus Phaseolus vulgaris, it has a characteristic mottled appearance, with a pinkish grain with stripes and small maroon spots.
They are large in size and round in shape, with smooth, soft skin and a buttery texture once cooked.
With a high number of essential nutrients, it contains proteins, phosphorous, manganese, dietary fiber, folic acid and a high iron content.
They have also proven to be a good ally in the fight against cholesterol.