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Arugula microgreen

200.00300.00

Arugula also known as Rocket microgreens are a treasury of Vitamin C and other antioxidants that boost the immunity and keep the body free from infections and foreign invaders.

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The Roots sustainably grown vegetables

Sustainably grown

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Live microgreens

The Roots Farm fresh Produce

Farm Fresh

Delivery in Delhi and Gurgaon

Delhi & Gurgaon

About this product

Arugula also known as Rocket microgreens are a treasury of Vitamin C and other antioxidants that boost the immunity and keep the body free from infections and foreign invaders. Arugula microgreens have a distinctive peppery flavour and numerous health benefits. Also known as Rocket, Roquette, Rucola and Rucoli, these tiny Greens are packed with a sea of antioxidants, essential vitamins and minerals.

Notable benefits
  • Builds immunity
  • Prevents & fights cancer
  • Enhances athletic performance
  • Detoxifies the body
Flavour profile
  • Sharp

Additional information

Weight N/A
Delivery day

Friday

Frequently asked question

What are microgreens?

Grown from the seeds of vegetables and herbs, microgreens pack a staggering nutritional punch in them. Hard to believe, but they are up to 40 times more nutritious than the fully grown vegetables.

How do I maintain my microgreens & wheatgrass?

Air & Light: Keep the tray in a well-ventilated balcony/room that receives partial sunlight.

Bottom – Watering: Never water from the top. [The tray has got holes at the bottom] Fill some water in a tray or a pan. Dip the wheatgrass tray halfway into water. Take the tray out after 1 minute. You should feel the tray getting heavier. Tilt the tray carefully to drain out the excess water. Do this twice daily.

Can the products be purchased offline?

Yes! you may visit our store in Adichini, SouthDelhi.

The Roots | Natural and Organic Food Store

24, Adichini, first floor, New Delhi – 110017
011-41025191

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