Did you know, Michigan ranks nationally in the production of this leafy green? Fresh Michigan cabbage is available from July to November and throughout the year in its processed forms.
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
For more information, visit the Michigan Vegetable Council
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