Did you know, Michigan ranks nationally in the production of this leafy green? While cabbage isn’t in season year-round, you can find it throughout the year in its processed forms.
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Michigan Cabbage Facts
- Michigan ranks ninth in the nation in the production of cabbage
- Michigan produces several varieties of cabbage in staggered harvests, producing a longer fresh cabbage season
- In 2016, Michigan farmers across the state produced 115.5 million pounds of cabbage worth $17 million
- Cabbage is low in saturated fat and cholesterol
- Cabbage is high in dietary fiber, vitamins C and K, folate, potassium, manganese, iron and magnesium
- One cup of raw cabbage contains 16 calories and 172 mg of potassium