The rutabaga is an often overlooked, but sweet and nutrient-packed, root vegetable. Originating sometime in the 17th century, it’s a hybrid between a turnip and a wild cabbage. In fact, a rutabaga kind of looks like a giant, ugly turnip. Many people confuse the two vegetables, but there are some key differences.
Rich in vitamins K, A, C and B, turnips are good for blood circulation and cells division period (like infancy and pregnancy). These vitamins also enhance immune system and strengthen vision. Manganese and potassium concentrations also improves bone health and help muscles contract.
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|Origin :||Alsace, France|
|Certification :||Euro Organic|
|Size :||A La Carte|
|Min. Weight :||0.5 KG|
|Est. # of Fruits :|
|Est. # of Unique Fruits||1|
|* # of fruits is only an estimation that may change from time to time. On the other hand, we make sure that minimum weight is respected.|