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Organic green cabbage

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Green cabbage is a compact, dense, well-rounded vegetable. Its dense-leaved head protects the bud at the heart of the cabbage. Its leaves have veins that give it texture and volume. Green cabbage is also known as savoy cabbage. It is best when cooked, but it can also be eaten raw, sliced in a salad, for example.

Green cabbage has been cultivated for several thousand years. It is one of the oldest vegetables of the kitchen garden. Less sensitive to cold than other vegetables, it is in season throughout the winter. However, like all other brassica varieties, savoy cabbage is frost sensitive and likes to spend the winter in the mild and humid climate of the Breton coastland.

Cultivating organic green cabbage

Green cabbage is the ultimate winter vegetable. It is planted in the ground from May onwards. It is harvested by hand from July to April and is in full season from November to March. The cabbages are cut and packed directly in the field by the market gardeners. This technique limits the handling of the vegetables and ensures their freshness and quality.

151 organic producers

All of the Pouliquen Group’s partner producers are members of Prince de Bretagne.Organic green cabbage is supplied by 151 Ecocert certified organic producers that work with the SICA (Finistère) and Les Maraîchers d’Armor (Côtes d’Armor) cooperatives.

Organic production in 2020

668,000 heads of green cabbage
All our fresh organic vegetables are certified organic and Global GAP.

Types of packing:

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Sales unit

Sales units / box

Box size (cm)

No. of boxes / pal 80*120

No of boxes / pal 100*120

6/8/11 heads

6/8/11 heads

Wood, cardboard, plastic