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We are proud to say that Brussels sprouts are a Belgian specialty. They are supposed to originate in the town of Saint-Gilles, in 1685, and are the result of a cabbage hybrid. So, they do not owe their original French name (choux de Bruxelles = cabbages from Brussels) to chance! The production of Brussels sprouts has been on the rise in recent years. They are attributed the virtues of a super food. We are even seeing the reappearance of rare new varieties, such as purple Brussels sprouts and flowering Brussels sprouts, which give allure and originality to reception tables. However, demand remains seasonal, it is a vegetable that we prefer to eat in winter.