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We're one of the only green powders that can promise you zero use of pesticides because our microgreens are grown in an indoor, fully controlled farm—without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or additives—making them even cleaner and more sustainable than organic.
Freeze-dried food is made when frozen raw ingredients are placed in a refrigerated vacuum system and, without thawing, are dehydrated. During this process, cell structure remains intact—resulting in high-quality ingredients with the same color, shape, flavor, and nutrients as the fresh product.
During our freeze-drying process, no additives or preservatives are used, ensuring a self-stable, but just as nutritious product. We freeze-dry our greens in the same fully-controlled environment they're grown in—free of milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, or soy.
"Researchers at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center report evidence from lab experiments that a chemical derived from a compound found abundantly in broccoli and other cruciferous plants may offer a potentially new and potent weapon against the viruses that cause COVID-19 and the common cold."
Red cabbage microgreens have a 6-fold higher vitamin C concentration than mature red cabbage, and 69 times the vitamin K.
"Eating a daily serving of cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, or brussels sprouts is linked to a lower likelihood of harmful calcium buildup in the aorta, the body's largest artery, according to a new report."
"The study, which looked at nutrients like Vitamin C, E, K and beta carotene found in 25 different types of microgreens including cilantro, celery, red cabbage, green basil and arugula... ultimately discovered that the microgreens contained four to 40 times more nutrients than their mature counterparts."
"In general, microgreens contained considerably higher levels of vitamins and carotenoids—about five times greater—than their mature plant counterparts, an indication that microgreens may be worth the trouble of delivering them fresh during their short lives."