February to October, limited supply in the summer months
5 kg net ice packed in styrene boxes
Green and Red
Brussels sprouts get their name from the capital of Belgium, where they first grew in the 16th century. The vegetable is a good source of dietary fibre, folic acid, manganese, and vitamins A, C, and K. Brussels sprouts usually are eaten cooked, and the small young sprouts have a more delicate flavour than older ones. When you prepare them the right way, Brussels sprouts have a mild, sweet, almost nutty flavour.