MICROGREENS ARE BABY PLANTS

  • What is the difference between sprouts and microgreens? Sprouts are just sprouted seeds. They include a root and two seed leaves.

  • Think of microgreens as the baby versions of mature vegetables and herbs.

  • Micros are harvested just above the soil with no roots.

  • The nutrients found in microgreens are higher in concentration when compared to mature vegetables and herbs. Some folks refer to microgreens as a superfood.

  • The nutrient content of microgreens vary between different varieties. Overall, microgreens tend to be rich in potassium, zinc, magnesium and copper.

BROCCOLI SHOOTS

  • Broccoli shoots contain high amounts of a powerful compound called glucosinolates (sulfur-containing compounds).

  • The high concentration of sulforaphane is reported to reduced atherosclerosis, improve blood sugar control, protect against cellular damage (aging), prevent cells that line your stomach to trigger inflammation, and neutralize known cancer-causing elements such as benzene.

  • Nutrients include Vitamins A and C, calcium, iron and phosphorus.

RED ARROW RADISH

  • Radish shoots boast a spicy and slightly floral flavor.

  • Radish are reported to improve liver and gall bladder function.

  • Nutrients include vitamins A, B, C, E and K as well as folic acid, niacin, potassium, iron, phosphorus, pantothenic acid, calcium, magnesium, and zinc.

MILD MIX

  • Mild Mix is a delicious blend of salads and vegetables with a mild flavor.

  • Our blend includes broccoli, curly blue kale, purple Vienna kohlrabi, arugula and red acre cabbage.

  • The brassica family is rich in vitamins C and K, manganese, fiber and glucosinolates.

SWEET PEA SHOOTS

  • Sweet pea shoots, with their crunchy and sweet flavor, top the chart for healthiest and tastiest microgreens.

  • This microgreen helps boost your immune system, alkalize your body and ensure proper cell regeneration.

  • Sweet pea shoots have four times more vitamin A than tomatoes, seven times more vitamin C than blueberries, and eight times more folate than bean sprouts.

  • Nutrients also include folic acid and fiber.

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