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Eastern Norway Innlandet ØSTRE TOTEN

Vang farm in Totenvika

  • Mamelundsveien 18, Østre Toten
  • +47 90049069
  •  /  km From You

Beautiful Vang farm in Totenvika is one of the largest and most renowned vegetable producers at Toten. 
Find recipes for delicious dishes made with fresh vegetables from Vang Farm.

​​​​​Unique vegetables
Vang farm’s production comprises onions, leek, and cabbage – such as the award-winning flower sprout. Several of the products are organic. 
This renowned flower sprout (Kalettes™) is the result of 15 years of cross-breeding Brussels sprout and kale at Tozer Seeds in England.
Flower sprouts brings out the best of the taste and utilisation potential of both Brussels sprouts and kale.
It is less bitter than the Brussels sprout, and has a fresh, mild, and nutty character.

The soil along the banks of Mjøsa is fertile, and is particularly rich in Totenvika where Vang farm is situated.  
Combined with a good climate, all prerequisites are in place for tasty and nutritious products.
Vang farm is Norway’s only producer of this unique cabbage variety.

Where can I buy vegetables from Vang farm?
The fresh, local, and tasty vegetables from Vang farm are available at CCMat, Kiwi, Spar, Meny, Joker, and Rema 1000.
Sogstad Gårdsbutikk at Lena and De 4 årstider also offer a selection. 

Vang farm’s history
Vang farm enjoys a beautiful setting, with views over Mjøsa. It is run by Per Odd Gjestvang, has been in the family for generations, and has produced vegetables since the 1930s.

The name Vang means “grassy bank or field”, and this old farm is mentioned in history books from pre-Christian times. Its soil is sandy silt and light clay, with a gravelly, warm northerly slope down towards Mjøsa. The climate is favourable, and we enjoy good natural conditions for onion, leek, cabbage, and carrots – which are our main product ranges. Today the farm covers approx. 250 acres of land.



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