Microgreens & Wheatgrass
Delivery to NY Region
Home Delivery in our Refrigerated Vans
$40 Minimum +
$10 Delivery Fee
(FREE over $100)
Check if you're in our Delivery Region.
We deliver to each region usually once per week (Mon-Fri) on our routes. Contact Us to find out your delivery day and estimated time. Orders must be placed by noon the business day before your delivery.
Enjoy these nutrient-packed baby plants (up to 20-100x the nutrients as adult greens). High in:
- Vitamin A, B6, C, D, E, K
- Zinc, Iron, Selenium etc.
- Antioxidants & Phytonutrients
Signup For A Delivery
We deliver to each region usually once per week (Mon-Fri) on our routes. Contact us to find out your delivery day and estimated time. Orders must be placed by noon the business day before your delivery.
$40 Minimum + $10 Delivery Fee
Call the owner with questions.
40 years experience!
Order & Delivery Details
1. Do We Deliver to You?
Let us determine your weekly delivery day based on our routes and your location.
Our fresh products should have a shelf-life that exceeds 7-10 days with proper storage. (Try not to skip weeks so your product is always fresh)
2. Minimum Order
The minimum order is $40 of product
+ $10 delivery fee.
3. Placing Your Order
Place your order the morning of the business day prior to your delivery.
(Ex. Delivery Day = Tues, Order Day = Mon. Morning)
We offer an order reminder service via phone call, text, or email. Please work with us to provide your order in a timely manner as all product is cut fresh to order the afternoon before your delivery, and invoices must be generated.
Orders processed (if possible) after our 2 PM cutoff will incur a $5 Service Fee.
4. Receiving Delivery
We come to you with your fresh-to-order Wheatgrass & Microgreens!
Someone must be home to receive delivery and put it in fridge.
Keep your greens at 35-380F at all times!
Wheatgrass & microgreens kept at room temperature will quickly yellow and spoil within 1-2 days.
If you insist to display wheatgrass unrefrigerated, consider ordering a small or medium height tray, allowing you to grow it yourself in the store (this is not highly recommended).
If wheatgrass is still usable, but you are overstocked, consider making frozen juice. This is a convenient option that keeps in your freezer for months. (freeze in 1oz disposable cups with lids, or straight in your ice-cube tray).
If microgreens are still usable, put them in a blender and make a smoothie before letting them go to waste.
Growing trays are still living plants which even while refrigerated, will continue to grow very slowly. Eventually, after a few days, trays can dry out and require watering. Inspect the soil/roots to see if stiff or dry. Water over your sink around the outer edge of the trays and tip at an angle to allow excess water to drain off. Properly watered trays will provide a much higher yield.
You’ll need a Wheatgrass Juicer to make wheatgrass at home. Please don’t try juicing in a centrifugal juicer or blender as this will not work well. Our recommended model is the Dr. Squeeze: Green Queen, designed by us.
We carry household Fruit & Vegetable Juicers like Omega which also juice wheatgrass.