Blog: Mini cabbages for Japanese Bridget Jones

Catherine Sleep | 8 October 2003

Syngenta is developing more mini-vegetables for Japanese singletons. The range features quarter-size cauliflowers and cabbages, which will be stocked by leading retailer Aeon following a successful rollout of mini-radishes. Given that single people account for over two thirds of all households in Tokyo, these mini-vegetables are almost bound to be successful, regardless of whether they are expensive or genetically modified.

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