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Work in the food industry? Or just the invaluable business of keeping a healthy happy home? Either way, this luscious green super vegetable is packed with nutritious goodness. A rich source of vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and vitamin C and niacin (B3), kale is also dense in chlorophyll, iron, calcium, magnesium, sodium, sulphur and potassium! We sell high quality organic kale powder in a range of sizes, with custom bulk orders always available.
Love the taste of kale? Try our delicious selection of kale chips, if you haven’t already!
Let us give you a super quick education on the nutritional merits and bonuses of kale. This remarkable vegetable is:
- One of the most highly nutritious vegetables on the planet!
- Loaded with chlorophyll and carotenes, such as beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin.
- Packed with vitamins (especially vitamin C and vitamin B6, but also vitamins B1, B2 and E)
- Crammed with healthy minerals, including iron, manganese, sulphur, potassium, calcium and copper.
- A great source of dietary fibre
- Completely delicious (and makes for a fine powder)!
Quick recipes and ideas
- Throw kale powder into your smoothies – it adds a perfect complement to their fruitiness and it’s a brilliant way of completing a formidable nutritional profile.
- Sprinkle it on pizzas and pastas to deepen your flavour and up the goodness
- Kale is a classic super-vegetable, so blend the powder and combine with almost any kind of soup or stew. Once you’ve tried it, you won’t forget this little trick!
- Try it on lots of your favourite foods. You can enjoy kale in salads, Paninis, rich sauces, on toast, on crackers and even on fruit. It’s ‘each to their own’ and all up to you!
A note on its history and taste
Kale is a member of the cruciferous, or cabbage, family and might well be the most closely related vegetable to wild cabbage. Although a number of varieties exists, this superfood carries a deliciously rich and vibrant flavour, tinged with gorgeously bitter, sweet and slightly peppery touches.