Product Of Australia
Brussels sprouts look like mini cabbages and taste delicious when cooked and seasoned properly. They grow well in cool winter temperatures, and pair nicely with flavoursome seasonings to bring out their natural sweetness and nuttiness.
Brussels sprouts contain a lot of vitamin A and C and are a great source of iron, while also being low in calories and sodium. 100g of brussel sprouts offers the following:
- Vitamin A – 15% of DV
- Calcium – 4% of DV
- Vitamin C – 141% of DV
- Iron – 7% of DV
- Vitamin B-6 – 10% of DV
- Magnesium – 5% of DV
- The smaller the brussels sprout is, the more tender and sweeter it will be.
- Look for a vibrant, green coloured sprout that is nice and firm, with tightly packed leaves.
- Avoid sprouts with yellow leaves or black spots.