Microgreen After the Markets

Microgreen After the Markets

Microgreen After the Markets: How to create and sustain dehydration revenue. Microgreens are one of the fastest food crops you can grow in your harm or garden. There are many microgreen varieties that can be grown from seed within 7-10 days! In addition to being a fast-growing crop, microgreens make a fantastic addition to any diet. They are packed with nutrition and add extra flavor to food. Because microgreens grow so quickly and are so delicious, it can be easy to grow more than you can eat. Unfortunately, microgreens do not tend to stay fresh for a long time, so these extra microgreens can go to waste. Personally, I hate wasting food so I have been researching ways to preserve microgreens, and I found an effective way to preserve my microgreens.

These are innovations that contribute to transform the whole concept of agriculture. Microgreens, with the large variety of colors, shapes and flavors described in this book, should not be necessarily seen as substitute of their relative standard vegetables. They should be discovered and placed inside our own imagination, considering some of the keywords that characterize microgreens and modern agriculture, and that are highlighted in this book: agrobiodiversity, sustainability, beauty, food and nutrition security, education, health, and wellness. Dried Microgreens are nutritious, flavorful, and shelf stable providing an easy way to add greens into your farms bottom line if they don’t sell at the market.

This PDF will outline all you need to do to have a successful dehydration business. I on average sell each bottle for over $50.00of what I otherwise would have let get thrown away. We have been teaching others to package our preserved dried microgreens using our dehydration process.  This process allows us to dehydrate our microgreens using low temperatures to maintain their natural raw state and nutrition value.  Our dried raw microgreens are a nutrition bomb adding so much nutrient to anything you can think of to use it on.

What you’ll get:

  • 90 page PDF explaining how and why we choose what we did.
  • Updated communications as I figure out other potential revenue streams.
  • 30+ recipes crafted to work within the uncertainty what you might choose to dehydrate

What you’ll have on the Facebook group

  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/microgreenfinishingsalts
  • Images that can be used for social media.
  • Labels in illustrator so you can add your logo and go
  • Some short video clips will be available for you to use on social media.

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Microgreen After the Markets: How to create and sustain dehydration revenue. Microgreens are one of the fastest food crops you can grow in your harm or garden. There are many microgreen varieties that can be grown from seed within 7-10 days! In addition to being a fast-growing crop, microgreens make a fantastic addition to any diet. They are packed with nutrition and add extra flavor to food. Because microgreens grow so quickly and are so delicious, it can be easy to grow more than you can eat. Unfortunately, microgreens do not tend to stay fresh for a long time, so these extra microgreens can go to waste. Personally, I hate wasting food so I have been researching ways to preserve microgreens, and I found an effective way to preserve my microgreens.

Microgreen After the Markets, these are innovations that contribute to transforming the whole concept of agriculture. Microgreens, with the large variety of colors, shapes, and flavors described in this book, should not be necessarily seen as a substitute for their relative standard vegetables. They should be discovered and placed inside our own imagination, considering some of the keywords that characterize microgreens and modern agriculture, and that is highlighted in this book: agrobiodiversity, sustainability, beauty, food and nutrition security, education, health, and wellness. Dried Microgreens are nutritious, flavorful, and shelf-stable providing an easy way to add greens into your farm's bottom line if they don't sell at the market.

This PDF will outline all you need to do to have a successful dehydration business. I on average sell each bottle for over $50.00of what I otherwise would have let get thrown away. We have been teaching others to package our preserved dried microgreens using our dehydration process.  This process allows us to dehydrate our microgreens using low temperatures to maintain their natural raw state and nutrition value.  Our dried raw microgreens are a nutrition bomb adding so much nutrient to anything you can think of to use it on.

What you'll get:
  • 90 page PDF explaining how and why we choose what we did.
  • Updated communications as I figure out other potential revenue streams.
  • 30+ recipes crafted to work within the uncertainty of what you might choose to dehydrate
What you'll have on the Facebook group
  • https://www.facebook.com/groups/microgreenfinishingsalts
  • Images that can be used for social media.
  • Labels in illustrator so you can add your logo and go
  • Some short video clips will be available for you to use on social media.

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