Fresh Hatch Green Chile
Fresh Hatch Green Chile
Fresh Hatch Green Chile
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Fresh Hatch Green Chile
Fresh Hatch Green Chile
Fresh Hatch Green Chile

Fresh Hatch Green Chile

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  • In Season July - October
  • Ships Tuesdays In-Season
  • Overnight Shipping Recommended
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You are placing a pre-order for Fresh Hatch Chile! We will begin shipping when we can begin harvesting - typically mid-July.  This is fresh, unprocessed chile. 

Please note: Once harvest begins, Fresh Chile ONLY ships on Tuesdays. 

Fresh Green Chile MAY NOT ship the Tuesday after you order. Orders are shipped first in, first out. We can only ship after chile is harvested. Not all heat varieties are available at the same time.

If you have questions about your order, please contact us!

Fresh Hatch Green Chile is available in Mild, Medium, Hot, and X-Hot heat levels and shipped in a box right to your door. Our Fresh Green Chile is picked and shipped the same day to get to you as fresh as possible. Enjoy our fresh green chile, from our farms to your table. 

Size guide:

Small (1/5 Bushel - approx. 4 lbs.)Medium (7/8 Bushel - approx. 10 lbs.) Large (1 1/3 Bushel - approx. 25 lbs.)


Please be aware that this is fresh produce and cannot be returned. 


This is Fresh Hatch Green Chile, it has NOT been roasted. The regular season for Fresh Chile here in the Hatch Valley runs from mid-July through mid-October. However, depending on the weather, we may have certain varieties coming off earlier or later by a few weeks. There are approximately 6-10 chile pods per pound, accounting for natural variation.

Mild - Machete and Joe Parker

Machete and Joe Parker range in size from 6-9 inches and have little to no heat. Mild is a great option for customers who love the flavor of Hatch Green Chile, but don't want to overdo it on the spice level. It is rather meaty and works well for mild rellenos. Some folks enjoy the flavor and meatiness of mild so much, they cut the vein from a pod of Sandia (Hot) or Lumbre (X-Hot) and stuff it inside mild rellenos, so that they can enjoy the meatiness and flavor without losing the heat.

Medium - Big Jim and Charger

Big Jim and Charger are our famous medium heat varieties. Both are great for rellenos, as they are the largest and most meaty pods. These varieties have somewhat inconsistent heat levels from pod to pod and from year to year, so expect a lot of variation. Medium pods can grow between 8 and 14 inches in length. They can range on the scoville scale from 500-3,500 SHU.

Hot - Sandia and G76

Sandia and G76 tend to be smaller than the mild or medium pods, ranging from 4-8 inches in length. These varieties are favorites among chile veterans. They can be used for enchiladas, stew, sauces, and much more. Typically our hot is more than hot enough for most chile lovers, and it provides a great blend of flavor and heat.

X-Hot - Lumbre

Lumbre is our hottest variety, is relatively new to the world of New Mexican chile. It is much hotter than our regular Hot (Sandia). It is a true scorcher, with each pod coming out blistering hot. Averaging 3-5 inches in length, it is the smallest variety we've ever grown. You don't need to use much of this chile to sufficiently spice up your favorite dishes!


Shipping Information

Overnight shipping is recommended for Fresh Chile orders. Please opt for our ShipAid Delivery Guarantee at checkout for guaranteed quality on delivery.

We cannot ship this product to PO Boxes. Please use a physical address when checking out.

Any changes (hold requests, upgraded shipping, substitutions, address changes) must be made by 4pm MST on Monday before your order is shipped out. We only ship our Fresh Chile on Tuesdays. Our order cutoff time for Tuesday shipments is Friday at 5pm MST.

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Brave the heat

Not sure which variety is best for you? Use the Scovile Heat Units to determine your heat tolerance.

Chile pepper heat is measured in Scoville Units. The number of Scoville Units indicates the amount of capsaicin present.

Scoville Heat Units compared to Hatch Chile varieties. Joe Parker & Machete (mild) 500-2,500. Charger & Big Jim (medium) 2,500-3,500. G-76 & Sandia (hot) 5,000-7,000. Lumbre (x-hot) 15,000-30,000. Habanero 200,000-350,000. Pure Capsacin 15,000,000.