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Northern vegetables

What?

Thanks to its oceanic climate, the northern region is popular with leafy vegetables (cabbage, spinach, etc.), root vegetables (potatoes, parsnips, carrots, etc.), and alliums (such as onions). Peas and cauliflower are grown here.

Peas are herbaceous seeds harvested after they have developed in pods and before they are ripe. Rich in fiber and vitamins, they are valued for their nutritional and energy qualities.

Cauliflower is a vegetable plant of the brassica family, cultivated for its soft and fleshy white meristem. It is eaten raw or cooked, in salads or au gratin for example.

Pois
Peas (French origin possible): Extra fine, Very fine, Fine, Medium fine
Chou fleur
Cauliflowers: 5/15mm, 15/30mm, 30/60mm

When?

Our products come from the North of France and Belgian Flanders. In the summer, we have in particular the harvests of green beans, spinach, and cabbage. The high season for peas is from June to July and from July to October for cauliflower.

With our industrial partner Pasfrost, we have developed cultivation contracts with farmers to guarantee the quality and monitoring of our products. Thanks to this integrated chain, we check the entire process from the field to the plate to ensure the perfect traceability of each vegetable.

How?

Our production site in Belgium (near the French border) is IFS and BRC certified. Immediately after harvesting, we wash and process the vegetables before freezing them. This ensures the freshness and vitamin content of our products. They can be stored for up to 24 months at -18°C.

Packaging

Octobins, Blue plastic bags, 20Kg or 25Kg, 10Kg bulk boxes

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