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Nutritional Value

  • Water 92.2  g   

  • Energy 23 kcal   

  • Energy 95  kJ   

  • Protein 2.13 g   

  • Total lipid (fat) 0.52 g   

  • Ash 1.47 g   

  • Carbohydrate, 3.67 g   

  • Fiber, total dietary 2.8 g   

  • Sugars, total 0.87g   

  • Calcium, Ca 67 mg   

  • Iron, Fe 1.77mg   

  • Magnesium, Mg 26mg   

  • Phosphorus, P 48mg   

  • Potassium, K 521mg   

  • Sodium, Na 46mg   

  • Zinc, Zn 0.5mg   

  • Copper, Cu 0.225mg   

  • Manganese, Mn 0.426mg   

  • Selenium, Se 0.9µg   

  • Vitamin C, 

  • total ascorbic acid 27mg   

  • Thiamin 0.067 mg   

  • 0.162mg   

  • Niacin 1.11mg   

  • Pantothenic acid 0.57mg   

  • Vitamin B-6 0.149mg   

  • Folate, total 62µg   

  • Choline, total 12.8mg   

  • Vitamin A, RAE 337µg   

  • Carotene, beta 3930µg   

  • Carotene, alpha 36µg   

  • Cryptoxanthin, beta 202µg   

  • Vitamin A, IU 6750 IU   

  • Lutein + zeaxanthin 865 µg   

  • Vitamin E 2.5mg   

  • Vitamin K 310µg   

  • Fatty acids, 0.014g   

  • Fatty acids,  0.275g   

  • Fatty acids, 0.04g   

  • Stigmasterol 3mg   

  • Beta-sitosterol 2mg   

  • Proline 0.116g   

  • Serine 0.077g


If you enjoy the taste of full-grown cilantro, then you'll enjoy the taste of it in microgreen form as well. One of the more intensely flavored microgreens available, micro-cilantro packs a big cilantro punch in a tiny package.

Nutritional Value

Cilantro microgreens are a tremendous source of vitamin K (258.33%), good for kidney function. They are also good sources of vitamins A (37.44%), B-Complex, C (30%), and E (16.67%), and provide moderate dietary fiber (10.00%), and essential minerals copper (25%), potassium (11.09%), and manganese (18.52%). Cilantro microgreens are well known for their high levels of lutein and zeaxanthin (14.42%), which are beneficial for eye health.[5] They are also rich in carotenoids (three times more than mature cilantro leaves [4]), including beta-carotene (21.83%), a fat-soluble antioxidant crucial for organ function and cellular structure protection.

Cilantro microgreens became a staple in my kitchen. Their intense flavor and nutritional profile were unmatched. It felt like discovering a secret superfood hidden in plain sight. This post delves into cilantro microgreens, exploring their nutritional profile, health benefits, and unique growing conditions.
Whether you’re a gourmet chef, a health-conscious consumer, a sustainability advocate, or an entrepreneur, you’ll discover why cilantro microgreens are a must-have in your diet and garden.

There are numerous varieties of cilantro, each with its unique growth characteristics and flavor profiles. Some of the popular varieties include:
LeisureKnown for its slow-bolting characteristic, making it ideal for more extended harvest periods. Slow BoltAnother slow-bolting variety, perfect for warmer climates.CaribeThis variety is known for its robust growth and intense flavor.JantarA type of cilantro that is resistant to bolting and is known for its large leaves.SantosA popular variety for commercial growers due to its high yields and excellent flavor.
Each variety offers a unique twist on the classic cilantro flavor, allowing gardeners and chefs to choose the perfect type for their culinary creations.

Nutritional Analysis of Cilantro Microgreens
Microgreens, despite their small size, are nutritional powerhouses. The essential nutrients necessary for good health are obtained in them: vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The nutritional profile of cilantro microgreens, in particular, is quite impressive.
According to the USDA Food Database, cilantro microgreens are packed with nutrients.

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