Chicory Chioggia

Chioggia radicchio is an Italian fruit and vegetable product with a protected geographical indication (I.G.P.). The plant initially has patent and green leaves, possibly and partially streaked with red, with the central mum absent or barely visible. Subsequently, large, round, amaranth leaves are emitted with white central ribs, forming a spherical or slightly flattened spike at the apex. It is consistent and compact, similar to that of the cabbage; the edible aprte can weigh up to 500g. It has a decidedly crunchy texture and a bitterish taste.

Product availability

To allow an assortment continuity, the Brunelli Group also markets products of farms, strictly selected by us, which are located in other regions of the national territory or on the international territory. Here you can check the origin of this product for each month of the year.

January

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February

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March

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April

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May

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June

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July

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August

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September

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October

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November

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December

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