France, Brittany and Hauts-de-France
Net 12kg, 14kg
Culinary aspect :
The nutritional but also taste values of pumpkin are higher than those of pumpkin. Very rich in vitamins A, B and C it also contains trace elements such as calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. It is ideal for purees and gratins but also soufflés, cakes and pies.
Taste aspect :
Its tender and tasty flesh exudes a strong chestnut taste really distinguishing it from common pumpkins