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Micro Meadows offers microgreens, salads and other health-forward products in Wildwood

After four years of vending specialty microgreens, salads and dressings at local farmers markets under the Micro Meadows name, husband-and-wife duo Matt and Christine Loveland have opened a brick-and-mortar storefront in Wildwood, Missouri, with a focus on all-natural, health-forward food. Their signature superfood salad mix contains sunflower, speckled pea, broccoli, arugula, dark opal basil, kale, cabbage and kohlrabi microgreens, which are harvested at 10 days when they’ve reached the growth stage between a sprout and baby green. The unique blend of flavorful shoots – which are four to 40 times more nutrient-dense than adult plants of the same varieties – are grown at a small indoor vertical farm in Chesterfield and serve as the base for five colorful grab-and-go salads available at the new retail storefront. Each salad comes with premium housemade dressings that are also available to purchase by the bottle. The market also offers local products, including bread, flavored butters, nuts, jam, coffee, kombucha and Farrar Out Farm meat and eggs.

Micro Meadows, 2422 Taylor Road, Wildwood, Missouri,

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