Indivia Riccia

Often confused with the “cousin” chicory (both belong to the same genus Cichorium), endive develops a rosette of very choppy leaves which form a rather loose head. The bleaching of the leaves is carried out by collecting and binding them with a piece of raffia. The Belgian variety, Belgian Endive, is in the shape of a large cream-colored cigar because it grows in the dark; this technique allows the leaves to remain white and more tender.

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

Puglia / Marche / Abruzzo

February

Puglia / Marche / Abruzzo

March

Puglia / Marche / Abruzzo

April

Puglia / Marche / Abruzzo

May

Emilia-Romagna

June

Emilia-Romagna

July

Emilia-Romagna

August

Emilia-Romagna

September

Emilia-Romagna

October

Emilia-Romagna

November

Emilia-Romagna

December

Puglia

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