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Our Microgreens Farm
Phoenix Microgreens is a woman owned and operated; indoor, vertical, veganic, hydroponic farm. We specialize in producing microgreens, little nutrient dense specialty vegetable and herb greens, for local private chefs, high end restaurants, 5 star resorts, and private country clubs in the Phoenix/Scottsdale Valley. Our microgreens our often seen used as a garnish in fine dining resturants in the Phoenix valley. But these little greens are more than just garnish on a plate, they are a superfood. Making them very popular amongst the healthy eaters and the plant based whole foods community.
Being a vertical farm allows us 7 times the square footage utilization and requires less water compared to traditional farming methods. Smaller foot print, bigger yield. Indoor farming gives us control over the environmental factors, such as: light, humidity, and temperature, making it possible to grow microgreens most of the year in Phoenix extreme heat.
We value sustainability and believe in responsible farming. That is why we structured our business model around the "no waste in production, and with zero product waste" method. We only grow what we know will be consumed, this is mainly why our greens our grown to order or in small batches. We grow our microgreens in reusable FDA certified food safe plastic and on organic, natural, renewable, biodegradable, environmentally friendly grow medium.
We use chemical free, advanced technology and environmentally-friendly water purification methods to remove 99.99% of harmful waterborne microorganisms in order to grow the most pure microgreens available on the market.
Our Product, Fresh Microgreens
We only source Non-Treated, Non-GMO, USDA approved seeds, when availabe we choose Organic seed. We are 100% Veganic, zero animal inputs, zero animal by product. Our microgreens are Naturally Grown, Zero Fertilzer, Zero Pesticide, Zero Chemicals. Our practice is better than Organic.
Our microgreens are delivered as living plants, with roots still attached, ready to harvest. We do this because studies have shown that microgreens begin to lose nutritional value and flavor rapidly after harvest. You can't get any fresher & tastier than, "cut it, and eat it".
You can purchase our microgreens in small units, regular units, half tray, and full trays.
- Small = on 3.25" x 5" grow flats, at select locations, and at the farm store.
- Regular = on 5" x 7" grow flats, in our memberships and at the farm store.
- Half Tray Flats = 4 Regular Units, as custom order.
- Full Tray Flats = 8 Regular Units, as custom order.
We prefer everything grown to order; so you only receive the freshest microgreens, grown just for you. Home chef's please enroll in one of our memberships to guarantee product availability weekly. Seasonally we grow a limited supply that is available for immediate pickup. Please see our store page to view current availability. For information on how to place a custom order, please visit our: How To Order Page.
For many years, Anesa sprouted seeds and grew micro plants (wheat, lentals, sunflowers, alfalfa) to feed a small flock of unruly backyard hens. They thrived on this added high nutritional plant diet, producing eggs daily that stood well above their store bought brethren.
Then one day, she discovered that humans enjoyed these tasty little treats too while enjoying a meal on her vacation in the Yucatan Peninsula. Upon her return she began to research and experiment growing different varieties of microgreens for human consumption.
Her system worked out so well, her family was hooked on eating microgreens regularly. With a background in technology system engineering and her love of plants, it was only natural to start a bigger operation, in order to share her delicious microgreens with the local community.
Photo description: Side by side comparison of two eggs. The egg on the top (yellow yolk) we obtained from a local backyard chicken farmer; who fed his chickens organic commercial feed and occasional vegetable scraps. The orange/red egg yolk on the bottom; our chicken egg, from a chicken fed on a whole seed, wheat and microgreens diet.