- Early August to end of April
Did you know that like other vegetables in the cabbage family, Savoy cabbage contains indoles and isothiocyanates; both these antioxidants are thought to help prevent certain cancers?
Did you know that Savoy cabbage is also called Milan cabbage? Its very decorative curly leaves add delicious taste to soups and stews.
Do you know the nutritional value of Savoy cabbage?
Per 125ml (½ cup) of cooked vegetable:
Energy: 10kcal; Carbohydrates: 2g; Fibre: 1g
Vitamin K: 30% of RDI (excellent source of Vitamin K)
Folates: 15% of RDI (good source of folates)
Vitamin C: 20% of RDI (excellent source of Vitamin C)
Berthiaume Guy et Lyne SENC
Cousineau B. et fils S.E.N.C.
Fermes Alcaro inc. (Les)
Fermes GNC inc.
L'Arc-en-Ciel du Paradis
Lemire R.h. Et Fils S.e.n.c. (Fermes)