Micro yet Mighty

Pro Microgreens pack a powerful punch of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Not only are they good for you, but they taste incredible, too! We make it easy to eat healthy and delicious greens locally grown and harvested so you can be well on your way to living an overall better life while stuffing your face with the best tasting greens out there!

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Browse Fresh Microgreens

Our microgreens aren’t harvested until they day they are sold. You can always count on  receiving the freshest and most delicious greens possible.

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Harvested fresh and local in Utah and delivered straight to your door weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.

What are Microgreens?

And Why Should You Care?

Nutritional Powerhouse

Microgreens contain substantial amount more of vitamins, minerals and antioxidant levels than those found in mature greens.  Our varieties are rich in potassium, iron, zinc and magnesium.  Source

Super Tasty

We believe you should never have to choose between delicious food and eating healthy.  From spicy, nutty, earthy, or sweet, microgreens’ flavors vary and add a welcomed piquancy to dishes from all around the globe.

Disease Fighting

With insane levels of  sulforaphane, polyphenols, and vitamins like C, K, and E, microgreens have been shown to prevent, reduce or even reverse many diseases like heart disease, alzheimers, diabetes, digestion issues, inflamation, and certain cancers.  Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4

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Take advantage of wholesale pricing when purchasing three pounds or more. 



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"In general, microgreens contain greater amounts of nutrients and health-promoting micronutrients than their mature counterparts. Because microgreens are rich in nutrients, smaller amounts may provide similar nutritional effects compared to larger quantities of mature vegetables."

Microgreens are rich in vitamins (e.g., vitamin C), minerals (e.g., copper and zinc), and phytochemicals, including carotenoids and phenolic compounds, which act as antioxidants in human body.

Microgreens can be considered as better substitutes for sprouts due to their rich nutritional content and more intense flavor and taste. In addition, microgreens may contain a higher amount of phytochemicals, minerals, and vitamins in comparison to their mature counterparts

Healthy and Delicious

Browse our ever-growing collection of easy, healthy and super delicious microgreen recipes.

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