From spicy slaw to a savory lasagna, the Cultivate Michigan Cabbage guide makes it easier for institutions to find, buy and use this cold-hardy vegetable. An excellent variety of Michigan storage crops encourage seasonal eating through the fall and into the winter. Cabbage is among these storage stars.
Michigan farmers grow many varieties of cabbage that have varying harvest windows, which extends the overall fresh and storage availability for this crop. Notable for its nutritional value, culinary versatility and long-term storage capacity, cabbage can be easily incorporated into institutional food service through fall and winter menus.