The Microgreens produced with care and attention by Baby Greens are made from greens that have been harvested before maturation, just seven to 14 days after germination. The result is a much smaller green, typically between one to three inches tall, with a more intense flavor and highly concentrated nutrient profile.[su_spacer]

These tiny greens should not be confused with sprouts. This involves sprouting seeds by soaking them in water to germinate. Although uncommon, sprouts have a higher risk of carrying bacteria that can cause foodborne illness. These greens can come from just about any type of vegetable or herb, making them an incredibly versatile dietary addition.[su_spacer]

Although most often used as a garnish to add a splash of color to the plate, they can also take center stage as a main ingredient in dishes like salads.[su_spacer]

[su_heading size=”15″]Sunflower Microgreens[/su_heading]

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[su_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””]Looking for something to satisfy your green thumb AND fill your belly with fresh veggies this winter? Look no further than sunflower microgreens! [su_spacer]
Graced with a nutty flavor and a crunchy texture, sunflower microgreens are nothing short of awesome in sandwiches, soups, salads, scrambled eggs, and wraps. [su_spacer]
Both the leaves and the stems are edible. In this gardener’s opinion, sunflower shoots are the finest of all the microgreens.[su_spacer]

Baby Greens’ star product has brought new flavours and options to Rotterdammers who aim at adding up exceptional ingredients to their daily food.[su_spacer] Moreover, the nutritional value of the sunflowers has grabbed the interest of those who follow a healthy lifestyle!


[su_heading size=”15″]Radish Microgreens[/su_heading]

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[su_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””]The pleasantly peppery radish microgreens, which boast a flavor similar to that of root radishes, are one of the most demanded microgreens by the local community of Rotterdam due to its amazing taste![su_spacer]

These microgreens are easy to grow (also in winter) and a good choice for those who are interested in adding up a strong and spiced character to their meals.[su_spacer]

Harvested at about two inches tall, these peppery seedlings are great in salads and cold soups. Their small size also makes them a great raw garnish to dishes that can benefit from a peppery element.[su_spacer]

These greens are loaded with nutrients including Vitamin A, which is essential for eye health, and more Vitamin C than the root!


[su_heading size=”15″]Mustard Microgreens[/su_heading]

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[su_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””]Mustard is the second most popular spice that is traded around the world. Mustard microgreens are a storehouse for many phyto-nutrients that have health promotional and disease prevention properties. Over the years, mustard has been imbued with curative powers.[su_spacer]

Mustard microgreens are tender, succulent and spicy. Many variety add different sharp flavors to a wide range of meals. They are very popular in Asian mix.[su_spacer]

Eating mustard microgreens offers a plateful of benefits.[su_spacer]

The mustard microgreen is a good source of vitamin A, C, E, energy and carbohydrates, proteins, dietary fiber, folate, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, sodium, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese and zinc.


[su_heading size=”15″]Wheatgrass[/su_heading]

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[su_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””]Wheatgrass is regarded as a super potent health food with amazing benefits. It’s usually consumed as a fresh juice, but it also comes in powdered form.[su_spacer]

Health enthusiasts have long raved about the countless benefits of this plant, and for good reason. It can be used as an everyday health tonic and may even help treat specific diseases. More research is needed to truly determine its efficacy, but researchers agree that wheatgrass has potential.[su_spacer]

Wheatgrass is packed with a powerful combination of nutrients that make it extremely useful to your health. It has many therapeutic benefits and is known as complete nourishment. The extensive combination of vitamins and nutrients may make wheatgrass an exceptional choice to enhance your well-being. Wheatgrass has antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.[/su_column][/su_row]