Pointed cabbage is the best-selling cabbage variety in Dutch supermarkets

Published Oct 5, 2023

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European consumers have shown increased interest in different varieties of cabbage, with pointed cabbage experiencing strong growth rates. Poland leads the EU in cabbage production, followed by Germany, Great Britain, and Spain. Dutch supermarkets have seen high demand for white and spiky cabbage, as well as sauerkraut during the pandemic, resulting in increased supermarket sales.
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The interest of European consumers in different varieties of cabbage has grown. Pointed cabbage shows particularly good growth rates, says market expert Wilco van den Berg. He discussed this topic in detail during the Bejo’s Cabbage Symposium in the Netherlands, EastFruit reports with reference to FreshPlaza. About three billion kilograms of cabbage are grown annually in the EU. Poland leads the ranking with about 700 million kilograms. The Netherlands comes in fifth place (160 million kilograms in 2022). The regional top sellers of cabbage also include Germany, Great Britain and Spain. Read also: Chinese-style Chinese cabbage: consumers choose perfectly white White and spiky cabbage in various packaging are important items in the fresh assortment of Dutch supermarkets. Sauerkraut is also a popular product in the Netherlands. During the pandemic, the demand for sauerkraut has been very high. And in the first eight months of 2023, supermarket sales were up 18% compared to 2022. ...
Source: Eastfruit
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