Groovy Greens is the only blend that does not carry a midcoast location name. It’s a stand alone all by itself! Hemp microgreens boast a stunning, healthy ratio of vitamin B3, B6, and the rest of the B complex. It also contains all 21 amino acids, including the
9 essential amino acids, that our bodies cannot make. And it contains vitamin C, E, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, folate and fiber.
Our summer blend includes edible colorful amaranthus flowers. Their bright colors and spinach like flavor enhances the appearance and flavor of the blend. Amaranthus flowers contains protein, vitamins A, C, calcium, iron and phosphorous.
The Groovy Greens (Winter Blend) omits the amaranthus flowers and inserts colorful swiss chard. The swiss chard contains vitamins A, C, E & K, calcium, potassium,magnesium, iron, zinc and protein.
The Mighty Kennebec Microgreens Blend, supports your immune system with a sweet, nutty and crunchy blend that even kids will love. With sunflower and pea microgreens, the blend contains Vitamins A, B complex, C, D, E, folic acid, fiber, magnesium, phosphorous, calcium, potassium and iron.
The Kennebec River has a long history being the second largest river, in Maine. At 170 miles long, it has served human activity for several thousand years. Starting at Moosehead Lake, it drains 5,869 square miles (approximately 1/5 of the state). It has supported the paper industry, saw mills and other industry as well as ice. Ice from the Kennebec was once thought to be the best and provide health benefits and was shipped around the world. The annual wealth created by ice, in the mid to late 1800’s, rivaled the California Gold Rush. And it supported 25,000 men each ice season. The
deep-water Kennebec had easy access to shipping lanes, along with schooner access to the fresh water Merry Meeting Bay (26 miles north of the mouth of the river) made for ideal conditions.
Christmas Cove Microgreens Blend is truly “Bittersweet”. The combination of mildly bitter (think hazelnut), dark green hemp, the white super sweet popcorn shoots and red swiss chard balance nicely and provide a satisfying respite, It contains vitamins A, B complex, C, D, E, K, calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc.
English explorer, John Smith, is credited for naming this area, on the Maine coast, in the town of Bristol, on Rutherford Island. At the head of the island, where it’s connected to the mainland, via bridge, is Bittersweet Landing. Captain Smith mapped the much of Maine coast and found refuge from the sea, just as many have since, in Christmas Cove.
Boothbay Harbor Microgreens Blend captures it all with its colorful, sweet, slightly tangy and nutty flavors from nasturtium, pea, hemp, swiss chard, kohlrabi, red cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts and arugula. It contains vitamins A, B complex, C, E, K, calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, zinc, fiber and protein.
When one visits Boothbay Harbor, they are awed by its vibrancy, the beauty, the colors, the sounds and the local Maine hospitality.
A visit to Pemaquid Lighthouse Park will see why we named this blend for this place. It
has a bright and refreshing flavor, even on the foggiest days. Its loaded with nutrition
that will satisfy body and soul. With sunflower, Pea, Hemp, Salad Mix, Radish, and edible flowers, the blend contains vitamins A, B complex, C, D, E, K, calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc.
The Pemaquid Lighthouse, has been a beacon for mariners for over 160 years.
Located at the entrance of John’s Bay and Muscongus Bay. The current tower was built in 1857.
The name itself, lends itself to the back story of our first microgreens blend. The fresh flavors, color and texture is a standalone, refreshing culinary delight. With hemp, salad mix, radish, and chard, the blend contains vitamins A, B complex, C, D, E, K, calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc.
Located within one of Maine’s least developed areas of the mid-coast region,
Muscongus Bay, where rocky outcroppings limit recreational boating and supports the working waterfront, lies a number of preserved islands and lands for public access such as Hungry Island. It is owned by the Chewonki Foundation and is part of the Maine
Coast Heritage Trust.
Swan Island Salsa Sensation Microgreens Blend recreates the fresh flavors of
traditional salsa, in a microgreens blend. It includes radish, cilantro and parsley, and contains vitamins A, B6, C, E and K, calcium, iron, phosphorous, magnesium,
potassium, copper, zinc and fiber.
The 1500 acre island, known for its abundant and often quite visible wildlife (especially nesting bald eagles, white-tailed deer and wild turkey), is actually an abandoned 18th and 19th century town called Perkins Township, and has long been recognized for its varied and interesting history. It was used by Native American tribes, early explorers, and settlers, and was reportedly visited by American historical figures such as Aaron
Burr and Benedict Arnold. The name “Swan Island” is thought to be from the Abenaki word “Swango” meaning Island of Eagles”.