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Triskele Farms

Locally Grown Microgreens Delivered to Your Doorstep!

Microgreens, Grown-to-Order!

With a focus on freshness and sustainability, all of our microgreens are grown-to-order and conveniently delivered directly to your doorstep within 24-hours of being hand-harvested. When you place an order with us, we promptly sow your seeds, and within 10-14 days, your microgreens will be ready for delivery. For your convenience, we offer a Weekly Delivery option, ensuring a steady supply of fresh microgreens on a weekly basis!

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Select Your Microgreens

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What Are Microgreens?

Considered “living foods”, microgreens are young, tender, and edible greens that are harvested at an early stage of growth, typically within 10-14 days after germination. They are essentially miniature versions of vegetables and herbs, consisting of the first true leaves and stem. Despite their small size, microgreens possess concentrated flavors, vibrant colors, and a wide range of nutrients, making them a popular choice in both health-conscious diets and culinary creations.

Less Is More

Microgreens have up to 40 times more nutrients than their mature counterparts!

Vitamins: Rich in essential vitamins such as C, K, E, and various B vitamins, microgreens contribute to immune function, energy production, antioxidant defense, and overall well-being.

Antioxidants: Abundant in beneficial antioxidants like carotenoids (beta-carotene and lutein), flavonoids, and phenolic compounds, microgreens help protect cells from oxidative damage caused by harmful free radicals, potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases.

Minerals: Packed with essential minerals like iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and zinc, microgreens support various physiological functions, including bone health, nerve function, muscle contraction, and enzyme activity.

Fiber: Microgreens provide dietary fiber, supporting healthy digestion, blood sugar regulation, and promoting a feeling of fullness.

Phytochemicals: Serving as a source of diverse phytochemicals like glucosinolates, sulforaphane, and indole-3-carbinol, microgreens have been associated with anti-inflammatory, anticancer, and detoxification properties.

Essential Fatty Acids: Some microgreens, particularly those from the Brassica family (e.g., broccoli, kale), contain small amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for heart health, brain function, and inflammation regulation.

A Chef Favorite

These tiny greens add a fresh and aromatic touch to dishes, enhancing both visual appeal and taste. They are commonly used as garnishes, toppings, or ingredients in salads, sandwiches, soups, and various other dishes. Microgreens come in a wide range of flavors, including spicy, earthy, tangy, and herbaceous notes, allowing for creative and diverse culinary applications.