What is a LakotaGreens SuperSalad Mix?
The SuperSalad Mix has up to 40 times more nutrition than the mature plant
LakotaGreens year-round growing cycle and same-day-as-harvest
local delivery is unmatched for nutritional value.
LakotaGreens SuperSalad Mixes
Almost any combination of our MicroGreens and BabyGreens is a superfood powerhouse. But we pull together combinations for specific health purposes.
School SuperSalad Mix
We have put this combination together specifically for our local students and teachers. It incorporates many of the vitamins and minerals essential to growing bodies, including calcium and cancer prevention, while using some of the tastes and colors with which students are most familiar and comfortable. The School SuperSalad Mix incorporates:
• Micro Broccoli: Vitamins A and C, calcium, iron and phosphorous. Up to 40 times the nutrition than the adult broccoli plant. Up to 70 times as much cancer preventative sulforaphane as the adult broccoli. One ounce of broccoli MicroGreens can have as much of the cancer-fighting antioxidant sulforaphane as 4 pounds of the adult vegetable.
• Micro Purple Radish: Vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, and essential amino acids.
• Micro Red Cabbage: Vitamins C, A, E, beta carotenes, potassium, and iron. Red cabbage MicroGreens have 40 times more vitamin E and six times more vitamin C than mature red cabbage.
• Baby Spinach
• Baby Leaf Lettuce
LakotaGreens indoor MicroGreens and BabyGreens growing facilities and our GeoGreenKitchen (underground geothermal greenhouse) allows us to grow year-round, even in South Dakota’s harsh winters.
Same-Day Local Delivery Means Higher Nutritional Content.
What makes LakotaGreens stand out even more dramatically than buying from national chains is that we can deliver on the same day we cut and harvest the MicroGreens and BabyGreens. Not only does this mean a fresher product, but it also means a substantially more nutritional product.
Nutritional content begins to diminish as soon as vegetables are cut. And for many vegetables, research has shown the nutritional content diminishes severely after 7 days. It takes most national salad mixes at least 7 days to be harvested and transported to South Dakota.