Though they can sometimes have a bad rap, brussels sprouts are currently an “it” vegetable for good reason! When prepared right, these little baby cabbages are so delicious and buttery, you’ll be clamoring for seconds. Cut them in half and try them roasted with a little salt, pepper, olive oil, and maple syrup. Or blanche them and fry with bacon. How could you go wrong there?


Grown in California

At Farm to People, we're all about delivering a diverse selection of top-notch produce to your door. While we thrive on local treasures, sometimes we turn to our friends in California for some much needed sunshine.

Sure, 70% of our goods are sourced locally, but for those seasonal gems like winter citrus or must-haves like bananas and avocados, we cast our sourcing net a bit wider. Fear not, though! Whether it's grown in our backyard or across the country, we've got our eyes on the details – growing practices, animal welfare, and ingredients are all held to our high standards. So trust your box is filled with the best, no matter where it grows!

Store unwashed and untrimmed in a breathable bag in the crisper drawer of the fridge for up to four days. You can also give brussels sprouts a quick blanche for three to five minutes and freeze them for up to 12 months.