Alfalfa Sprouts

Alfalfa sprouts are the shoots of the alfalfa plant which has a deep root system.  The roots of an alfalfa plant can reach 15 meters, or 50 feet, deep into the earth allowing the plant to consume minerals and vitamins not found in other foods.  Because these special sprouts are harvested prior to becoming the full-grown alfalfa plant, alfalfa sprouts contain a concentrated amount of vitamins and minerals.  Alfalfa is a great source of vitamins, protein, fiber, and antioxidants.

Clover Sprouts

Clover sprouts consist of a concentrated source of vitamins, provide protein, fiber, calcium, iron, and vitamin C to your diet.  Packed with abundant antioxidants, clover sprouts can aid in general health improvement and increased energy levels.

Broccoli Sprouts

Broccoli sprouts have a highly concentrated source of anti-cancer compound, sulforaphane.  John Hopkins University research shows broccoli sprouts have 20-50 times the amount of compounds found in mature broccoli heads.

Radish Sprouts

Add a spicy and flavorful kick to your dishes.  Radish sprouts contain a rich source of vitamins and essential amino acids.  Excellent source of vitamin C boosts the immune system and aids in healthy digestion. 

Mung bean Sprouts

Mung bean sprouts contain impressive health benefits. They are packed with potassium, magnesium, fiber, and vitamin B6.  Consumption of these sprouts can help in overall health, aids in lowering high cholesterol levels and protects against heart disease and high blood pressure.  They have a nutty, but sweet, and crunchy flavor.  

mixed bean snack

A colorful blend of garbanzo bean, green pea, adzuki bean, and lentil, the mixed bean snack is a natural and super healthy addition to any salad, dish, soup, or simply as a fresh snack.  This snack is low in fat, high in protein, and contains essential amino acids and vitamins.

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