Microgreens are a popular health food, and for good reason: they are more nutrient dense than their fully mature counterparts. Read more about microgreens nutrition here – you will be surprised at just how good these tiny little plants are for you.
Because microgreens are so nutrient dense, it means that just a few servings of microgreens in your diet can really help boost your health.
The microgreens range from Leaf Produce is spray-free, and grown in the glorious natural daylight of the Bay of Islands, rather than LED or fluorescent lights, which is the industry standard.
No wonder our microgreens are bursting with flavour, with all that lovely light!
Microgreens range as at August 2020
As we’re not at the markets over winter, the microgreens are grown to order for you and supplied is living plants in large trays. A great way to stay healthy over the colder months, when we need all the vitamins and nutrients we can get. Choose from:
Please note that lead times vary according to the microgreen variety, and the time of year – please contact me for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
More microgreens varieties will be available over the summer months!
Why buy microgreens as living plants?
- Longer shelf life.
- The flavour is retained.
- Nutrients are retained.
- No single use plastic packaging. (The small punnets are made from starch and very compostable; and the larger plastic trays are reused.)
How to care for your living microgreens
Here’s where you can find full details on how to care for your living microgreens.
How to order your microgreens direct
Ordering your microgreens is easy!
Click here for ordering information, plus the order form. Our best sellers are on the form – if you’re interested in varieties that aren’t listed, just drop me a line at: email@example.com
Cornelia – the grower at Leaf Produce
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