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What makes them so special?

Microgreens are grown one stage past sprouts, when the first "true leaves" start to appear.

They are one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet packing up to 40x the nutrient density as their mature counterparts. Each microgreen variety will have its own nutrient profile which is why its recommended to consume a mix of them. 

A little bit goes a long way!


Pea Shoots

Purple Radish


Pea shoots taste like peas in a cress-like body with a fabulous crunchy shoot. They are are an excellent source of micronutrients. They contain protein and fiber, as well as vitamins C, A, K, and other vital vitamins and minerals.

Broccoli microgreens have boomed in popularity recently as consumers are learning of their health benefits. They have a high content of the antioxidant sulforaphane, which helps lower fasting blood glucose levels and can protect against heart disease and cancer. - Mild, slightly peppery flavor with a perfect hint of bitterness

Studies show radish microgreens have 1.5 times the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C. They are also high in carotene and lutein which are beneficial for eye health and immune system function. - Fresh, nutty, spicy taste



Stunning red color. Bold earthy flavor. Beet microgreens are rich in vitamins A, C, K, iron, magnesium, and potassium. They contain betalains, potent antioxidants that support heart health, boost immunity, and aid in detoxification. The high levels of folate and manganese foundin beets are essential for energy production and bone health.



Lime green color. Tender and crisp. Spicy and tangy. They contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds like vitamin C and vitamin A that can help boost your immune system and protect against disease.

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Elegant and slender with a little cruch. Mild onion and garlic flavor. High in folates and vitamins B6 and C

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