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Sugar Pea Microgreens (aka pea shoots) are pea seeds grown organically from heirloom non-GMO USDA Organic seeds. Grown past the sprout phase, Sugar Pea microgreens contain incredible amounts of nutrition including antioxidants, flavonoids, vitamin A, vitamin B9, vitamin C, Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Zinc.  They have a distinct flavor of peas and make a great addition to smoothies, soups, sandwiches and salads.


Grown to order - please allow up to 10 days for your Sugar Pea Microgreens to be ready for delivery.

Sugar Pea - 4oz

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  • Just like peas, pea shoots offer many nutritional benefits. While low in macronutrients like carbs and fats, pea shoots contain a good amount of protein and fiber. They are also rich in vitamins. A serving of 100 grams of pea shoots contains:

    • 4 grams of protein
    • 3 grams of fiber
    • 280 micrograms of vitamin K
    • 79 milligrams of vitamin C 
    • 340 micrograms of vitamin A

    Vitamin K. One 100-gram serving of pea shoots offers 267% of your recommended daily allowance. Vitamin K helps build bones and is essential for blood clotting. About 67% of the U.S. population doesn’t get enough vitamin K in their diet.

    Vitamin C. The amount of vitamin C in 100 grams of pea shoots is 76% of your recommended daily allowance. Vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, plays a role in forming blood vessels, cartilage, collagen, and muscle, and also helps your body heal. Your body can’t produce vitamin C on its own, and almost 40% of people don’t get enough of it in their diet.

    Vitamin A. One 100-gram serving of pea shoots contain 43% of your daily recommended allowance of vitamin A. Vitamin A is an antioxidant and aids in growth, vision, reproduction, and cell division. About 43% of people are deficient in vitamin A.

    Eating 100 grams of pea shoots will also give you 37% of your recommended daily intake of manganese, 24% of vitamin E, and 23% of folate.

    Should You Add Pea Shoots to Your Diet?

    Pea shoots are an excellent source of micronutrients that are often lacking in many people's meals. They’ll add a bit of protein and fiber to your diet, as well as vitamins C, A, K, and other vital vitamins and minerals. They’re easy to incorporate into your diet to add a nutrient boost.

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