YUM - a definite favourite around here. This is a mixed sized bunch of asparagus!</br> </br> Asparagus is low in calories and is very low in sodium. It is a good source of vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium and zinc, and a very good source of dietary fibre, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, thiamin, riboflavin, rutin, niacin, folic acid, iron, phosphorus, potassium, copper, manganese and selenium, as well as chromium, a trace mineral that enhances the ability of insulin to transport glucose from the bloodstream into cells. The amino acid asparagine gets its name from asparagus, as the asparagus plant is relatively rich in this compound.
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Beautiful fresh kale off the field. </br></br> An excellent source of vitamin C, kale provides iron, vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, potassium, protein, carbohydrates and dietary fibre. It is a superfood monster! Packed with vitamins, minerals, flavenoids, and glucosinolates. All of these combine to create an amazing detoxifying vegetable which helps cleanse our body and keep us healthy.
A heritage cabbage green and relative to kale. With their giant green leaves that are nutrient rich, they are a great substitute for tortilla wraps! </br></br>These are vitamin K bombs! Vitamin K is really good for bone health and also helps to thin our blood making it a great cardiovascular aid. They also have cholesterol lowering capabilities which are exemplified when steamed/cooked.
Fresh Swiss Chard. This bundle of goodness is one of the most popular greens around the world! </br></br>Chard is considered one of the most nutrient packed vegetables around, second only to spinach. The vitamin content is unrivalled, with K and A levels being off the charts. Green or Rainbow depending on stock
This super crunchy and slightly sweet lettuce is a great addition to any salad, sandwich, or burger! </br></br>Iceberg lettuce is a super low calorie food and has zero fat, zero cholesterol, and is low in sodium. It is super crunchy and fresh due to its high water content and thus has low nutrient value, but does have some source of fibre, vitamins A and C, and calcium.
A mix of sprouted chick peas, lentils, and peas... The perfect crunchy snack, or add to salads or soups for some added texture and flavour. </br></br>Sprouted Garbanzos (chick peas) - Vitamins A and C Calcium, Iron, Magnesium Amino Acids Protein: 20% </br></br>Sprouted Lentils - An excellent source of folate and manganese, and a good source of thiamin, iron, phosphorus, and copper. Good source of vitamins B & C. </br> </br> Sprouted Peas - Vitamins A, B, C and E, Calcium, Chlorophyll, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium, Amino Acids
A blend of sprouts and shoots.Depending on the season you'll see broccoli, radish,sugar pea, sunflower, and buckwheat shoots. </br></br>Salad shoots are a wonderful blend of fresh, young shoots from a variety of plant bases. Becoming more well known for their rich concentration of vitamins and nutrients, young harvested shoots are super high in vitamin K and other purifying nutrients that help cleanse our bodies and promote our health.
Sunflower shoots are a fantastic raw, living food that has an amazing taste, and health benefits too! Try them on a sandwich or salad. </br></br>Sunflower greens are a nutritional powerhouse packed with vitamins A, B complex, D, and E; they also contain minerals including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and zinc. In addition to these vitamins and minerals, sunflower greens are a rich source of lecithin which helps break down fatty acids into an easily digestible water soluble form, and chlorophyll which benefits many functions within the body, including building blood supply, revitalizing tissue, calming inflammation, activating enzymes, and deodorizing the body.
A nice bulk bag of Pea Shoots for those microgreen lovers out there! Garnish soups, add to salad, sandwiches, or casseroles. Versatile and nutrient rich! </br></br>Pea Shoots from Sunrise are an amazing addition to sandwiches... especially goat cheese sandwiches.
A large portion of salad shoots. Depending on the season you'll see broccoli, daikon radish, sugar pea, sunflower, and buckwheat shoots. Nutritious, fresh, and flavourful. </br></br>Salad shoots are a wonderful blend of fresh, young shoots from a variety of plant bases. Becoming more well known for their rich concentration of vitamins and nutrients, young harvested shoots are super high in vitamin K and other purifying nutrients that help cleanse our bodies and promote our health.
Pea Shoots from Sunrise are an amazing addition to sandwiches... especially goat cheese sandwiches. </br></br>Packed with vitamin A, C, and folic acid. Pea Shoots are a delicious snack, salad garnish, or stir-fry addition. Pea shoots are also very high in Vitamin K, which is important for blood clotting and other body processes.
Alfalfa’s chlorophyll and enzymes boost the body’s ability to eliminate toxins while improving digestion. They’re great for overall health, and it’s nice that they taste so good too! They’re crunchy and nutrient-rich, perfect for sandwiches, salads, wraps or with eggs.
Often steamed, boiled, stir-fried, or baked in casseroles... green beans are as versatile as vegetables get. </br> </br> Found to have high levels of vitamins C and A, green beans are also full of beta-carotene and other healthy carotenoids which help out cardiovascular system.
Perfect for lunches, snacks, salads, and have a great crunch and refreshing fragrance. Mini persian cucumbers are the best. </br></br>It is one of the very low calorie vegetables; providing just 15 calories per 100 g. It contains no saturated fats or cholesterol. A good source of vitamin K, C, and of potassium.
Bell Peppers were first discovered by Christopher Columbus who mistakenly named them a pepper expecting a spicy or hot flavour. These are sweet peppers.</br> </br> Bell Peppers are an excellent source of vitamin C, often twice as much per pepper as found in a regular navel orange.
Crunchy & colourful with the mild bitterness of the perfect celery stalk. Make some 'Ants on a Log' or chop into an egg salad sandwich. Yum-me! </br></br> Celery is rich in phytonutrients such as flavenols which have cancer fighting properties. Its fibre content is also a good aid for digestive issues.