A bunch of celery, also known as a stalk or head, normally consists of eight to ten stalks. Typically, manufacturers do not put individual stalk counts on packaging since commercially cultivated celery is assessed by colour, quality, and length uniformity across the entire head.
One stalk of medium size yields approximately 1/2 cup of chopped celery. Two medium-sized stalks comprise one serving, which includes 20 calories, 5 grammes of carbs, 100 milligrammes of salt, and 2 grammes of dietary fibre.
As the terminology for celery components vary, it might be difficult to follow celery-based recipes. When a recipe calls for stalks, it typically refers to the individual ribs and not the full head.