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  • Sept. 2, 2012 -- As good-for-you as full-grown veggies are, a new study in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry suggests microgreens may contain even more nutrients and vitamins than their more mature versions.

  • August 30, 2012 - NPR's Elizabeth Barclay blogs, "Gene Lester, a researcher with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and his colleagues at University of Maryland, College Park, have conducted the first scientific analysis of nutrients in microgreens. The results, Lester tells The Salt, "totally knocked me over."

  • July 18, 2012 -- For hard, scientific evidence of the nutritional power of microgreens, a respected food and agriculture journal has finally taken this on -- and the results validate the claims of micro-lovers and micro-producers alike.

  • Announcing New Fresh-Growing Pet Treats!

    May 20, 2011 - We've added Fresh Catnip and Kitty Amaranth to our line of Pet Produce!