Alfalfa Sprout Seeds

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Organic Alfalfa sprouts are what people typically think of when you mention organic sprouts. They are the ones you commonly see at a salad bar.

Alfalfa sprouts are abundant sources of vitamins A, B, C, E and K, the minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Also carotene, chlorophyll, amino acids and trace elements. They contain 35% protein. Organic Alfalfa seed can produce over ten times the seeds weight in sprouts, one pound of alfalfa seed produces 10-14 pounds of sprouts.

Contains one pound of Organic Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds.

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  • From Alexandra at 2/12/12 4:38 PM
    • How many ounces of seeds come in this package?
    • Contains 16 ounces of Organic Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds.
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  • From Brian at 3/10/12 6:05 PM
    • That picture above is a full pound of seeds? It doesn't look like it. Please let me know.
    • Yes, one pound of Organic Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds.
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  • From NateB at 9/17/12 8:39 PM
    • What is the shelf life and preferred storage method of these?
    • Alfalfa sprouting seeds will generally last about 4 years in a cool dry location but freezing the seeds should at least double the shelf life.
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  • From Bill at 10/11/12 7:41 AM
  • From Matt at 2/1/13 1:44 PM
    • I have recently discovered that some organically-grown alfalfa has been contaminated with genes from trans-genic (GMO) species via pollination. Can we be sure that this alfalfa is not so contaminated? Thanks in advance. My source: http://nogmoalfalfa.org/about-gmo-alfalfa/
    • Our alfalfa seeds (and other products) conform with federal labeling requirements. Beyond that, there really is no way of knowing what kind of air or wind they might have been exposed to.
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  • From marie at 2/18/14 8:20 PM
    • Is sprouting alfalfa, glover, beans the same way as sprouting buckwheat?
    • Sprouting grains, seeds and beans have similar steps but different sprouting times. Here are the basics for getting started: http://www.culturesforhealth.com/getting-started-sprouting
      For more information or specific sprouting questions, please contact customer support at customersupport@culturesforhealth.com
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