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Sprouted alfalfa

From the pulse family, alfalfa is the most energy-boosting, tasty sproutable seed. Also called lucerne, it is the queen of sproutable seeds because of its many nutritional values.

If you could only try one kind of sprouted seed, it should be alfalfa, because of its all-round nutritional profile and outstanding taste.

The crunchy, refreshing flavour of alfalfa goes well with all kinds of dishes.  Its white sprouts and coloured tips are subtly decorative on salads and open sandwiches.

Ingredients: 100% sprouted alfalfa (Medicago sativa), proceeding from organic farming.

Cultivated in France. Origin of the seeds: France, Italy.

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  • Can be eaten in any occasion in salads, sandwiches, tacos... It goes very well with prawns, and can be added to a cream cheese and herb filling for pancakes, canapés and blinis.

    Must be kept in the refrigerator (1 to 4°C), preferably in their original packaging, in an airtight container or under food-quality cling film. To be eaten before the date stated on the product packaging.

  • Its modern name “alfalfa” comes from the Arabic for “father of all foods”. Discovered in Iran, horses were given alfalfa to make them strong and spirited.

    Germination increases the seeds’ natural vitamin content and promotes the body’s assimilation of minerals.

    Packaged in France, in 75g trays, 100% recyclable.

  •  Average nutritional values for 100g of sprouted product:


      119 kJ / 29 kcal  

      Fat   0,6 g
           saturates    traces
      Carbohydrate   0,6 g
           sugars      0,6 g
      Fibre     2,2 g
      Protein   4,2 g
      Salt    0,03 g