Grown in real soil with real nutrients under real sunlight, nothing artificial.

Microgreens are seedling vegetables, or herbs which are smaller than baby greens yet larger than sprouts.  We grow a wide range of greens in Matamata.

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Microgreens contain up to 40 times more nutrients than their mature counterparts.*

Microgreens contain up to 40 times more nutrients
than their mature counterparts.*

We produce fresh microgreens all year round. We have Biogro organic certification which means we don’t use pesticides or herbicides. We use only organic soil.  Where possible we source and use organic seed, and all seed used is GE free. Kaimai Greens maintains all good food practices and is registered under- NP1 Pursuant to section 88 of the Food Act 2014.

Spray Free

Easy to Eat

Kids love them

Why Microgreens?

Desired by chef’s since the 80’s for their distinctive traits and ability to grab the senses micros have a fresh robust yet delicate appearance with a variety of colours, leaf shapes and textures each variety will grab you with their sweet, spicy, earthy and tangy flavours

*research according to university of maryland college of agriculture and natural resources (AGNR) and the united states department of agriculture (USDA).

Our Sellers

New World Te Rapa
New World Rototuna
New World Havelock North
New World Greenmeadows
New World Hastings
New World Kumeu
New World Hillcrest
New World Brookfield
New World Hastings
New World Morrinsville
New World Matamata
New World Cambridge

Bidfresh 
Purefresh Organics

Pak n Save Hastings
Pak n Save Tamatea
Pak n Save Tauriko
Pak n Save Mill St Hamilton

vegeFRESH Cambridge 

Bidfood 

*Can be purchased both retail and wholesale as per your requirements, please contact me if you need assistance

Why Microgreens?

Desired by chef’s since the 80’s for their distinctive traits and ability to grab the senses micros have a fresh robust yet delicate appearance with a variety of colours, leaf shapes and textures each variety will grab you with their sweet, spicy, earthy and tangy flavours

*research according to university of maryland college of agriculture and natural resources (AGNR) and the united states department of agriculture (USDA).

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