Broccoli is an annual or biennial plant grown for its edible flower heads which are used as a vegetable. Believed to be first discovered in the Mediterranean region, Italy respectively, the broccoli has a thick green stalk, or stem, which gives rise to thick, leathery, oblong leaves which are gray-blue to green in color. The name “broccoli” comes from the Italian plural of broccolo, which means "the flowering crest of a cabbage", referring to the plant’s leaves.

Every part of Broccoli is edible when cooked properly, even the stem. Broccoli’s flavor can be described as mild and earthy with a crunchy texture. Like the bright green color of its leaves, the plant also tastes a bit grassy and slightly bitter due to the amount of bitter compound the plant contains.

Brassica oleracea var. Italica
1-3 cm , 2-4cm, 4-6 cm / Type: Cut
1.5kg;2,5kg;10kg/Carton box
How to eat

Broccoli is a versatile vegetable, appeared in many cuisines worldwide. The vegetable must be cooked before consumed, often used in salads, soups, and side dishes with meat and chicken. Broccoli dishes are cooked in everyday meals as well as at parties

Health benefit

One of the biggest benefits of broccoli is its high content of essential nutrients. The amount of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and some biological compounds found in broccoli is very good for health. Broccoli is rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin B9 (Folate), and some minerals like Potassium, Phosphorus, and Selenium.

Some studies show that broccoli may improve cardiovascular function. High cholesterol and triglyceride levels are risk factors for the onset of cardiovascular disease. The use of broccoli in meals has not only been shown to significantly reduce triglyceride and LDL cholesterol levels, but also increase levels of beneficial HDL cholesterol. This eliminates the risk of cardiovascular disease as well as atherosclerosis.

Some of the antioxidants in broccoli have been studied to help reduce the risk of heart attack. Studies in mice that were put into artificial cardiac arrest and then fed broccoli reduced damage and oxidative stress in heart tissue.

Export Overview

Vietnamese Broccoli has been exported to markets such as Korea, Japan, the EU, Taiwan,...


Currently, FOSACHA has broccoli as one of our main exported products. We work closely with the farms from our supply chain throughout the production process, from FOSACHA works closely with our farms throughout the production process, from planting, harvesting to sorting, grading the top quality of the broccoli for any potential importers from international markets. Most importantly, our Vietnamese broccoli must be GlobalGAP-compliant, able to meet the standards of food hygiene and safety, as well as be of clear origin to be traceable. FOSACHA is confident that we will always provide our customers with high-quality products that satisfy global consumers. 

If you are looking for a reputable supplier to import high-quality, VietGAP, GlobalGAP compliant  Vietnam-grown broccoli, as well as establish a long-term, mutually beneficial partnership, please contact us at the following information for further discussion. 

Company: FOSACHA Joint Stock Company

Address: 130 Nguyen Duc Canh Str, Tan Mai Ward, Hoang Mai District, Hanoi, Vietnam

Tel: (+84) 869330380