Pak Choi

Chinese celery cabbage

November - April

Production Calendar

5 Hectares

Cultivated Area

General Information

Pak choi, also known as Chinese cabbage, is a vegetable belonging to the Brassicaceae family and the Brassica genus. It is primarily cultivated in southern China and Southeast Asia. Due to its origins in the East, pak choi is known as “Chinese cabbage.” Being resistant to harsh winter temperatures, the cultivation has also spread to much of Central-Northern Europe, and our production is entirely exported to these markets.

Nutritional Data

From a nutritional standpoint, pak choi is rich in water, fiber, and minerals. It is an excellent source of vitamin A (>20% RDA), vitamin C (>50% RDA), and vitamin K (>40% RDA). It also contains moderate amounts of folate, vitamin B6, calcium, and manganese.

Pak Choi Cooperativa agricola Sotea Sabaudia

Production Cycle

Pak choi is a niche product cultivated exclusively in greenhouses, covering an area of approximately 5 hectares. Harvesting begins in November and continues until April. Transplanting takes place between October and February, and the cultivation cycle lasts about 60-90 days. The product is harvested in bulk in the field and then transferred to the processing center for sorting and packaging in reusable plastic crates.

The product is sold in foreign markets and major retail chains in Central and Northern Europe. Transportation is carried out by specialized transport companies overland.

Technical Data

Properties (per 100 g):
Calories 13g – Proteins 1.5g – Carbohydrates 2.18g – Sugars 3.718g – Calcium 7mg – Potassium 280mg – Sodium 65mg

Cultivated Area:
5 hectares

Greenhouse – Open field

Processing Type:
Loose processed in Warehouse
Packaged in Warehouse in Flowpack

Packaging Type:
Disposable Wooden Crates
Disposable Plastic Crates
Reusable Plastic Crates

Proprietà (100 g): 

Calorie 13g – Proteine 1,5g – Carboidrati 2,18g – Zuccheri 1,18g – Calcio 105mg – Potassio 252mg – Sodio 65mg

Tipo di lavorazione

Sfuso lavorato in Magazzino
Confezionato in Flowpack

Tipo di imballaggio:

Legno a perdere
Plastica a perdere
Plastica riutilizzabile

Superficie coltivata:

5 ettari

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