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Nutritional Value

  • itamins: A, b-car, C, K, B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, E, H, K, PP, folic acid, choline;

  • macro- and microelements: iron, 

  • potassium, 

  • calcium, 

  • silicon, 

  • magnesium, 

  • sodium, 

  • copper, 

  • manganese, 

  • selenium, 

  • phosphorus, 

  • zinc;

  • antioxidants, 

  • dietary fiber, 

  • essential oils.



Not only tasty, but they are also a great source of vitamins A. C and K, minerals, and antioxidants. They are known to hold fiber, potassium, magnesium, and calcium.

Nutritional Value

Parsley microgreens showcase a unique flavor profile that is more robust and intense than the mature plant. They offer a fresh, slightly peppery taste with a hint of a mild, somewhat sweet undertone. This interesting mix of flavors makes parsley microgreens an excellent choice for a variety of dishes.
When used as a garnish, they provide a burst of flavor that can brighten up the taste of any meal. Whether tossed into salads, mixed into pasta, or used as a topping in soups, parsley microgreens add a fresh and invigorating flavor that enhances the overall taste of a dish.

Nutritional Benefits of Parsley Microgreens

Parsley microgreens are not just a flavorful addition to your meals, but they also bring along a host of health benefits. They are nutrient-dense, offering a significant dose of vitamins and minerals.
Rich in Vitamins: Parsley microgreens are packed with vitamins A, C, and K, all of which are essential for overall health.

Antioxidant Properties: T
hey contain antioxidants like luteolin and apigenin that help in fighting off harmful free radicals in the body.

Bone Health:
The high Vitamin K content in parsley microgreens contributes to bone health, improving calcium absorption and reducing urinary excretion of calcium.
Heart Health: They are a good source of folic acid, an essential nutrient for a healthy heart.

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