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Microgreens
deliver nutrients that is important for eyes, skin, bones, healthy digestion, reducing inflammation, preventing cardiovascular disease, fighting cancer, and strengthening the immune system.

Microgreens are a tiny form of edible greens produced from the seeds of vegetables, herbs or other plants, and not a sprout. As a relatively new culinary ingredient, microgreens provide rich flavors, vivid colors, and crisp texture when added to salads and any other food preparations, for that matter. With remarkable nutritional benefits, microgreens represent a healthy addition to anyone’s diet. A recent study determined the concentrations of essential vitamins or provitamins A, C, E, and K1 in 25 commercially available microgreens. Results showed that different microgreens provide widely varying amounts of the four vitamins, but regardless they generally have significantly higher concentrations of these phytonutrients in comparison with mature leaves from the same plant species. They contain their dense nutritional value but are topped off with an extra boost of life sustaining chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is defined as “nature’s greatest healer” since it contains more healing properties than any other element.

Microgreen Health benefits

Studies have proven that microgreens contain from 4 to 40 times more vitamins, enzymes, minerals, antioxidants and beneficial properties than its equivalent product grown to maturity. Source (https://agnr.umd.edu/news/mighty-microgreens) The health benefits are extraordinary. Each plant has its own benefits, but in combining a variety of microgreens, you will be receiving a full spectrum of vitamins, and minerals.

Our weekly grows

Sunflower
Microgreens Sunflower
Sunflower
offer a refreshing crunch and a slightly nutty flavor with nuances of lemon and almond.
Pea
Microgreens Pea
Pea
have a nutty, sweet flavor similar to that of whole peas but slightly milder. They are often described as tasting like spring.
Radish
Microgreens Radish
Radish
taste is tender and crisp with sharp, green flavors and a grassy, lingering peppery heat.
Broccoli
Microgreens Broccoli
the flavor of micro broccoli is understated, mild, peppery and subtly sweet.