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The Spinach plant is indigenous to the Middle East. Spinach was subsequently grown in Spain from the 8th century, and it was the Spaniards who eventually introduced it to the United States. Spinach is now produced widely throughout the world for its edible leaves. It is the only edible vegetable in the Chenopodiaceae (Spinach) family. Two varieties exist: Savoy (wrinkled-leaf) and Semi-Savoy (flat-leaf).

Spinach can induce symptoms of food allergy in sensitised individuals.Oral allergy syndrome induced by Spinach has been reported. Copyright Copyright © 2006 Phadia AB. Source: ImmunoCap, ImmunoCap

Basic Part Properties

Part Display Name
Spinach (Spinacia oleracea)
Part Type
Component (Describes the core component or analyte measured)
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Tag Language Translation
zh-CN Chinese (China) 菠菜
Synonyms: 菠菜属
fr-CA French (Canada) Spinacia oleracea
et-EE Estonian (Estonia) Spinat
es-ES Spanish (Spain) Espinacas (Spinacia oleracea)
it-IT Italian (Italy) Spinacia oleracea
Synonyms: Spinacio (Spinacia oleracea)
tr-TR Turkish (Turkey) ıspanak,Spinacia oleracea
ru-RU Russian (Russian Federation) Spinacia oleracea
Synonyms: Шпинат огородный (Spinacia oleracea)
nl-NL Dutch (Netherlands) Spinacia oleracea
Synonyms: spinazie
fr-BE French (Belgium) Spinacia oleracea
Synonyms: Epinard, f214