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French Spinach is the perfect garnish to add color without detracting from the flavors of your dish.


UPC:  092622011038


    French Spinach microgreens are rich in nutrients including vitamins A, B, C, E, and K.  They include iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and zinc.  French Spinach can help aide bloating and constipation, inflammation of the intestine, and high blood sugar while supporting overall health, eye health, and bone health.  

    Microgreens have been found in studies to have anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, and anti-hyperglycemic properties, making them beneficial for human health.

    Please note that while microgreens have many potential health benefits, it is essential to consume them as part of a balanced diet and not rely on them as the sole treatment for any medical conditions. Always consult with your primary healthcare professional before making any changes to your diet.


    French Spinach has a mild, less bitter/salty taste than its full-grown counterpart. Tastes more like collard greens when cooked.  When cooked the taste becomes more mild. 

  • USE

    French Spinach makes an eye-catching statement on any dish.  The ruby-colored leaves can be used raw in salads or as a garnish on fish, beef, or chicken dishes as seen in many high-end restaurants.   Add a few for texture on top of the whipped cream on your next slice of pie. For a nutritional boost add them to smoothies, juices, or your omelet in the morning.

    Have a creative way to use them?  We want to know!


    To help your shoots get their longest shelf life, store your microgreens in a dry, cool place. Wash them just before eating. Storing them in a resealable bag or container with a lid works well. Add a paper towel if needed to remove water. Do not store them wet.  Your microgreens should store for 7-14 days in the refrigerator.  Many find these greens stay fresh for up to 30 days!

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