Cauliflower is an annual or biannual plant that originated from Northeast Mediterranean. A relative of Broccoli through the plant species, the plant has thickened stem and heads that resemble those in broccoli, which differs in having flower buds as the edible portion. The flower head sometimes was called “curd” because of the similar appearance to cheese curd.

While the color of leaves can vary from white to orange, green, or purple, white is the most common color of cauliflower, having a contrasting white head surrounded by green leaves that branched off the top of the stem. The name “cauliflower” derives from the Italian cavolfiore, meaning "cabbage flower"

Typically, only the head of cauliflower is to be eaten, but the stem is also edible if cooked properly. Cauliflower has a slightly nutty and sweet flavor. The crunchy texture and the mild taste helps the plant blend well with other ingredients in many dishes

Brassica oleracea var. botrytis
Northeast Mediterranean
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

Like other vegetables, cauliflower contains extremely high fiber content, which helps the liver to break down toxic and excess substances and then excrete them outside the body through the excretory system. Consuming cauliflower daily is also one of the effective methods to help purify the body.


Cauliflower contains very few calories (about 25 calories / 100g of cauliflower) and is very rich in fiber content. Besides, cauliflower contains almost no fat, extremely low sugar and carbohydrate content.

In addition, cauliflower also quickly solves problems of constipation, helps the digestive system work efficiently, and quickly eliminates waste from the body.

Export Overview

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


Currently, FOSACHA has cauliflower 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 cauliflower for any potential importers from international markets. Most importantly, our Vietnamese cauliflower 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 cauliflower, 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