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The cabbage we eat today came from the wild or sea cabbage, which is a native of Europe. There is a cabbage type for every season of the year, each distinct in appearance, colour, size and shape.

Health Benefits
  • A source of vitamin B1 (thiamine) which contributes to normal function of the heart.
  • A source of  folate which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
  • High in vitamin C
  • High in protein as 36% of its calories comes from protein
  • Naturally low in fat
  • Naturally low in calories
  • Naturally high in fibre


Nutritional Value
         Per 100g (raw)        
Calories   27kcal  
Protein   2.4g  
Carbohydrate   4.1g  
Fat   0.2g  
Fibre   2.7g (NSP)
4.1g (AOAC)


Learn more about seasonal produce

Find out what time of year is best to purchase seasonal vegetables, fruit and herbs.