Alfalfa es un microverde muy nutritivo. Un agente desintoxicante natural, hace muchos siglos que lo han empleado para tener buena salud.
En la lengua Arabe, la palabra 'alfalfa' significa el padre de todas las comidas.La medicina tradicional China siempre han utilizado la hoja para estimular el apetito, y para aliviar ulceras.
La alfalfa microverde tiene un sabor suave y va bien con muchos tipos de comida.
Micro Red Amaranth has an earthy mild flavor that is usually suited for savory dishes, but can complement some sweet flavors as well. It is intended for raw preparations, specifically as a garnish, to add a punch of red color.
Micro Red Amaranth is rich in vitamin C, carotenoids, vitamin K, and vitamin E.
Microgreen beets taste sweeter and more beet-likethan an actual beet. This makes them an absolute golden ingredient in high-end restaurants – adding beauty and elegance when carefully placed on a beautifully plated dish, doling out fresh bursts of flavour in each bite.
Pak Choi is a pale green microgreen with a slightly sweet, robust flavor.

It is a great source of vitamins B2, B6, C, A, K, beta carotene, folic acid, iron, calcium, manganese, magnesium, thiamin, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, selenium and zinc.
Mildly peppery with clean broccoli flavoured
overtones. A great addition to salads, soups,
and sandwiches.
A delicious, mild carrot flavour. Beautiful frilly leaves provide a wonderful garnish.
Micro Celery is intended for raw preparations, specifically as a garnish for savory dishes. Small, young and tender, Micro Celery still has its classic peppery celery flavor. Really delicious!
Chia is a popular superfood, well known for its many phytochemicals, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
It also has a high concentration of omega-3 fatty acids.
With a mildly nutty, tangy flavour, chia adds another dimension to a microgreen mix.
Similar to alfalfa, clover is very tender, with a mild flavour, and light green leaves.
Curly cress has leaves that are serrated and frilly, like a miniature and more succulent version of parsley, adding wonderful texture and bite
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