Brussels Sprouts


Premium quality, outstanding nutritional profile and consistently high yield

From 16th century Belgium to the Pacific Northwest’s “fog belt,” Brussels sprouts hold a special place among premium vegetables. Packed with nutritional benefits from vitamins A and C to antioxidants and dietary fiber, Brussels sprouts delight with deliciously good taste.

  • Our prime locations and climate conditions allow us to produce the best Brussels sprouts on the market.
  • Decades of innovation position us to deliver high yield and low serving cost with every single Brussels sprout.
  • A variety of fresh produce and premium Brussels sprouts make us your trusted one-stop-shop produce supplier.
  • Brussels sprouts field Williams

    “We put years of experience into growing premium Brussels sprouts that offer a healthy choice for consumers. At Boggiatto Produce we always ship California’s finest produce.”

    Tommy Williams, Field Supervisor

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    The versatile Brussels sprout adds nutrition, flavor and value to menu design.

    From field to table, our best Brussels sprouts cater to your highest standards with premium quality and consistently high yield.

Product Specifications

Size Approx. product wt (lbs.) unit per case Approx. gross wt (lbs.) Approx. full pallet wt (lbs.) Case
Case cube (c.f.) Layers per pallet Cases per layer Cases per pallet Ice ok?
Small 27 (varies) 45 2,500 20x12x10 1.41 7 8 56 X
Medium 27 (varies) 45 2,500 20x12x10 1.41 7 8 56 X
Jumbo 27 (varies) 45 2,500 20x12x10 1.41 7 8 56 X
Stalks 30 9 Stalks 34 1,029 20x16x13 3.97 5 6 30 NO
Iceless 27 (varies) 30 1,663 20x12x10 1.41 7 8 56 NO


Temperature: Keep refrigerated at 34° to 36° Fahrenheit.
Relative Humidity: Maintain 90 to 95% relative humidity.
Shelf Life: 7 to 10 days. Top ice OK.


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Frequently Asked Questions

From the summer months through early winter, we grow our Brussels sprouts here in Central California. During late winter and into spring, we shift operations to Mexico. This rotation helps us provide Brussels sprouts to our customers year-round.

Yes. Because recipes use the entire sprout, there's very little waste, and that helps hold down food costs. Quick prep and a shelf life of up to 10 days keep Brussels sprouts at the top of the list of cost-effective inventory.

Brussels sprouts dish up big nutritional benefits. Just 1 cup of Brussels sprouts delivers recommended daily values of vitamins C and K along with a full spectrum of important minerals and nutrients and less than 60 calories.

Brussels sprout recipes turn out delicious sides with gentle steaming, light grilling and slow roasting. Shredded Brussels sprouts sautéed in a little butter and olive oil make a uniquely crisp, flavorful pairing with all kinds of entrees.

Yes. They're standouts on health restaurant menus, and they star as sophisticated sides in elegant settings. Brussels sprouts bring good taste to menus from college campuses to fine dining restaurants.

Food historians can't be sure. However, the vegetable really is named for the capital of Belgium. Sprouts were a regional crop as far back as the 16th century, and the tasty vegetables still serve up all kinds of entertaining food facts.