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Our Microgreens

What do they taste like? How do I use them? How do I keep them?

All microgreens need to be refrigerated, they have a great shelf life, lasting 2-3 weeks!

Washing our microgreens is not necessary due to our 100% sanitary process, but if you do we recommend using a salad spinner, and only washing the ones you are about to eat.

Please note that while Microgreens have many potential health benefits, it’s essential to consume them as part of a balanced diet and not rely on it as the sole treatment for any medical conditions.

Broccoli is a source of

potassium and folic acid.

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The folate (also known as vitamin B9 and natural folic acid) in broccoli may help women sustain average tissue growth and is often used as a supplement when taking birth control pills and during pregnancies.

The potassium in broccoli may support healthy blood pressure levels, while a large amount of calcium helps to keep healthy bones.

This vegetable is also

fiber-rich, which supports healthy digestion and lipid levels.

Broccoli Microgreens

Bitter, Mild, Broccoli flavor


While these microgreens have more of a bitter taste, they are still widely liked.

Broccoli has a delightful texture that pairs well with salads, sandwiches, and burgers


Ounce for ounce, broccoli has more vitamin C than an orange and as much calcium as a glass of milk. Broccoli is also one of the richest sources of beta-carotene in the produce section.


Broccoli is a source of potassium and folic acid.

The folate (also known as vitamin B9 and natural folic acid) in broccoli may help women sustain average tissue growth and is often used as a supplement when taking birth control pills and during pregnancies. The potassium in broccoli may support healthy blood pressure levels, while a large amount of calcium helps to keep healthy bones. This vegetable is also fiber-rich, which supports healthy digestion and lipid levels.


By weight, they are one of the best veggie sources of protein. A single cup (which is pretty small and easy to consume)  contains 2g of protein, the equivalent of about ⅓ of an egg. Protein is the building block of all tissue in the body, so it’s essential to keep intake levels up, no matter what type of diet you are following.

As if that wasn’t enough, pea shoots are a rich source of phytoestrogens as well. Phytoestrogens are plant-derived compounds often promoted for their ability to lower breast cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis.

Pea Shoots

Strong, Sweet, Pea flavor, Crunchy


Pea shoots are an excellent source of fiber and vitamin C. They are also a good source of iron and folate. Pea shoots also contain calcium, folic acid, and vitamins A and K, but in lower amounts. A single cup can provide you with 50% of your daily recommended vitamin C allowance.

 This is a good thing as vitamin C can help protect an immune system that is depleted by stress, smoking, excessive alcohol ingestion, or obesity. Vitamin C can also reduce the risk of infections and pneumonia when suffering from the common cold. 

As well, health professionals recommend you get your vitamin C from foods that are raw or lightly cooked, making pea shoots the perfect choice!In addition, they help prevent iron deficiency, and therefore anemia by providing a significant boost to the body. 


In addition, they help prevent iron deficiency, and therefore anemia by providing a significant boost to the body. A single cup offers 10% of the daily allowance of iron. When combined with a balanced diet, pea shoots could ensure that your iron levels remain at optimum range. 


The scientific research behind phytoestrogens is increasing each year. In older subjects with high cholesterol, an increased intake of phytoestrogens could improve heart health, bone health, and may reduce the risk of carcinogenesis inside the body.

This can help to prevent various forms of cancer from forming or progressing. Anti-cancer research for phytoestrogens is particularly promising, with researchers finding that the anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory properties could inhibit cancer on a cellular level. The fiber that is present in pea microgreens is also a known cancer fighter. 

Current research has been highly positive, showing that women who eat a fiber-rich diet are at a lower risk of developing breast cancer.


Radish microgreens are packed with vitamin C, containing 37.8 mg, meaning a staggering 42% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA). Vitamin C is one of the best-known vitamins and is vital for developing, growing, and repairing all bodily tissues.

It plays a crucial role in collagen development, maintenance, and strength of bones, cartilage, and teeth; immune functioning; iron absorption; and other bodily functions.

They will help stimulate the immune system to produce white blood cells, the body’s primary defense against foreign pathogens.

China Rose Radish Microgreens

Strong, Sweet, and Spicy Radish flavor

Radish Microgreens are packed with nutrients, including: chlorophyll, vitamins & minerals, and enzymes.

They have a spicy radish kick and beautiful pink stems.

Radish microgreens are a low-calorie, nutrient-dense food. With only 16 kcal per 100g, they are an excellent choice for those looking to maintain a healthy weight.

They are high in water content (95.3g), which aids in hydration and digestion. The total dietary fiber content (1.6g) further supports digestive health and can help to control blood sugar levels.


Radish microgreens contain 391 International Units (IU) or an estimated 8% of the RDA of vitamin A in the diet. Vitamin A is a group of fat-soluble retinoids, including retinol, retinal, and retinyl esters. It is crucial in multiple bodily functions, including developing and maintaining healthy bones and teeth, soft tissues, skin, and mucous membranes. It is also vital in cellular communication, immune function, vision, and reproduction. Retinol converts to retinoic acid, a hormone-like growth factor for epithelial cells that line the body’s surfaces, including blood vessels and skin. Retinol also produces pigmentation in the eyes’ retinas.


Sunflower greens contain dietary fiber and protein, which can improve digestive health by slowing down the movement of food through the intestines and making you feel full for a longer period of time after eating.

Fiber also helps facilitate regular bowel movements and promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system. 


Sunflower greens are rich in manganese, which is necessary for metabolizing fats and proteins. It can also stimulate the production of enzymes that break down histamine, possibly helping to reduce allergy symptoms

Sunflower Shoots

Mild Sweet, Nutty flavor


Sunflower microgreens several nutrients which work as powerful antioxidants that protect cell membranes and other structures in the body from damage by free radicals. 

This may help reduce or prevent some of the effects of aging such as heart disease, cancer, and arthritis. 

They are a great source of essential amino acids, they are good for your heart, your eyes, bones.

Sunflower microgreens improve and aid in digestion, weight loss, muscle function, menopausal symptoms, skin health, immune system, allergy symptoms, and are great for pregnant woman!


Sunflower microgreens are high in calcium, which is needed for muscle contractions, blood vessel contraction and expansion, hormone secretion, and normal heart rhythm.

Getting enough calcium can also help prevent bone loss in peri- and postmenopausal women.


Sunflower greens are rich in folate. Folate deficiency is associated with birth defects, so it is important for all women of childbearing age to get enough folate or folic acid. It is also necessary for DNA synthesis and the formation of red blood cells.

Sunflower microgreens are a great source because they contain more folate than most other greens.

Locally-Grown Organic Microgreens..

grown to order,

Delivered To Your Doorstep!

Do you live in the Upper Valley or surrounding area? Well then say "Hello" to your new favorite locally-grown food that can be added to any meal for extra nutrition & taste!

Microgreens are up to 40X more nutrient-dense than their mature counterparts, like Broccoli. They can help...

  • Boost your immune system

  • Lower inflammation

  • Improve gut health

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(603) 667-1313

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We grow, sell and deliver microgreens in the Upper Valley and surrounding areas.

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