Wheatgrass at its very best
A better tasting juice starts with a longer growing season. Our outdoor grown wheatgrass has over 90 days to soak in the sun and develop roots that dig deep and pull rich nutrients from the organic soil. We let our wheatgrass grow well past the sprout stage to give simple sugars the time to mature into complex carbohydrates for a smooth taste and a complete nutritional profile. Once harvested, our wheatgrass is cold pressed and HPP’d with no added preservatives or stabilizers so that you get all the good stuff.
Try our frozen, organic wheatgrass juice jam-packed with essential nutrients and enzymes. Your health will have a reason to thank you.
How is wheatgrass gluten-free?
People often ask how our wheatgrass can be gluten-free. Gluten does, after all, come from wheat. What most people don’t know is that gluten does not develop until the seed stage of growth. We harvest our wheatgrass right until we detect gluten development – at which point, we cease production. We test our production daily to ensure that our product is completely gluten-free.
What is the difference between indoor vs outdoor grown wheatgrass?
You might not realize that there are two very different types of wheatgrass. Many are familiar with the sprouted grass they see in juice bars, grown indoors under artificial lights on a tray in about 7 – 10 days. Indoor grass has a high level of simple sugars which explains the syrupy taste and quick burst of energy that users sometimes experience right after drinking the juice. There can be a nasty bitter aftertaste, and many have instantaneous headaches and nausea within seconds and are told that they are “detoxifying” or having a “healing crisis.”
Why does your wheatgrass taste so different?
Evergreen’s grass is grown outdoors in the soil and sunshine. Matured and sweetened by having a deeper root structure, the grass matures past being a sprout into a deep green leafy vegetable. The simple sugars of the sprout develop into complex carbohydrates giving it a smooth taste that many compare to green tea or watermelon rind.