Available virtually all year from the USA and Mexico. Averaging between 5-6 leeks per bunch, in a 12 count case: you do the math. They look very much like green top onions, however, baby leeks have flatter, tougher stalks and a somewhat milder bulb than green onions. They are delicious steamed and seasoned, sautéed, baked, grilled and broiled. Delicious with potatoes and cream. Best kept cold between 32-34 degrees F, and you may cover them with paper and top ice if need be. However, do not let the tops remain too wet, or they will breakdown quickly. They produce no ethylene gas, but their tops, in particular, will begin to yellow and moisten with prolonged exposure, so keep this in mind when storing. Ah hell, just use them within a couple of days and don’t worry about it. It’s not like you have a cooler the size of Texas, right?