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  • Are microgreens more nutritious than the regular vegetables we eat?
    Studies show Microgreens are 10-40 times more nutrient dense than the full-size variety. The abundance of bioactive compounds in microgreens, including vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals, has been examined in many research studies. Researchers have been particularly interested in analyzing antioxidants that neutralize free radicals and help prevent damage caused by oxidative stress. Since we grow about 20 different varieties of microgreens, each may have different nutritional benefits for the body.
  • Are microgreens safe to eat?
    Yes, our Microgreens are very safe to eat. Our Microgreens never require washing since we do not grow in soil. We never add any chemicals or fertilizers to our Microgreens so your entire family can feel confident eating our microgreens. Some people may have specific food allergies, issues with gluten, spicy varieties or just may not the taste of some varieties, so we offer 20 different varieties to choose from.
  • How our microgreens differ from other microgreens?
    We grow hydroponically on a coco coir mat instead of soil, so there’s no dirt to rinse off when eating. Our microgreens remain living when you purchase them. The advantages of our growing methods are that you are essentially eating living food. By not harvesting the microgreens until you are ready to use them, the flavors are much more robust, the nutrients have not begun to dissipate and the shelf life is much longer. We are Certified Naturally Grown.
  • How do I take care of the microgreens once I get them home?
    We recommend keeping our microgreens in the same clamshell container we packaged them in at the market and storing in the refrigerator. Our microgreens, if kept in the refrigerator will stay fresh between 12-18 days, depending on the variety. When preparing your meals, just take the clamshell out of the refrigerator and pull or clip off the microgreens from the coco coir mat their grown on and incorporating into your meals. No washing or watering!
  • What is the serving size using microgreens?
    Serving sizes will depend on what you are preparing as well as how much of that flavor you want in your meal. We recommend using as much or as little as you wish.
  • Are microgreens the same as sprouts?
    No, Microgreens are the 2nd stage of the plant, right after Sprouts. Sprouts are generally geminated in water and are ready to eat in 3-5 days. Microgreens are the next stage when the greens begin to leaf. Typically, ready to eat in 8-15 days. Studies show that Microgreens are less susceptible to bacteria than Sprouts since Sprouts are grown in water that may contain bacteria.
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