Fresh Green Bean, (commonly known as Green Beans (America), French Beans or Runner Beans (Britain)) is a term collectively used to refer to the unripe fruit of any plant in the bean family that are usually characterized by their thin and green colored appearance. Fresh green beans are grown in a large number of varieties, differing in their flavor, flesh content and taste, some of which are yardlong bean, winged bean, the common bean or string beans or snap beans etcetera. Cultivated all around the globe, fresh green beans are mostly sold fresh, but processed varieties like canned and frozen too bag equal share. There are also takers for green beans that are dried and fried. In any form, fresh green beans are widely used in cooking, especially due to their nutritional value; green beans are rich source of Vitamin C, K and A.