Cauliflower has been enjoying something of a comeback in recent months as retailers stock more colorful varieties besides the creamy-white curds that traditionally greet shoppers. “2006 was the first year that we had good, steady volume of product,” said Matt Seeley, marketing director of the Nunes Co., the Salinas, Calif. grower/shipper of the Foxy brand, and the country's principal supplier of purple cauliflower. The company has been offering it for nearly two years now, but a new health ...
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