You’ll find yellow squash in two varieties: straight neck and crook neck, which curves at the neck as its name implies. Both varieties have fatter bottoms and taper towards the neck. They have smooth to slightly bumpy, thin skin, and creamy white flesh with larger seeds than many other varieties of summer squash. When picked young, yellow squash are nice eaten raw, and can also be cooked into both sweet and savory applications.
To make sure you can always get the best produce available, we source fruits and veggies from many of our trusted farmers. As with all the products in our Marketplace, we prioritize working with local producers as seasonality allows, and we maintain our strict sourcing standards. We list the producer we are purchasing from on our producer pages but as we are receiving produce every day there is a chance your produce may come from a different farm.