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NP Nutra debuts organic kale powder

NP Nutra debuts organic kale powder
New kale ingredient is ready for use in supplements, green powdered blends, smoothie mixes, soups, sauces and sprinkles.

Following the success of its previous kale products, NP Nutra debuted a potent new season certified organic kale ingredient adding to its popular Nutra Greens product range.

When speaking of superfoods, kale seems to top every list. It is hailed for its nutritional density and is the latest on-trend ingredient featuring in everything from smoothies to chips. NP Nutra’s new kale ingredient is a fine, green powder, ready for use in supplements and functional products. Kale is a valuable addition to green powdered blends, smoothie mixes, soups, sauces and sprinkles.

Kale (Brassica oleracea) has an impressive phytochemical profile that includes masses of vitamin K, vitamin A and vitamin C, as well as the important alkaline forming minerals calcium, magnesium, manganese and iron. It is a very good source of vitamin B6, potassium and copper. This nutritious leafy green also contains dietary fiber, thiamin, riboflavin and folate. The naturally rich sulfur content of kale helps boost the body's detoxification enzymes and the rich mineral profile helps to maintain a natural alkaline balance.

NP Nutra grows and harvests its kale in pristine conditions during the cooler fall and winter months ensuring the taste is mild and pleasant. Kale can tolerate frosts but when it is grown in hotter months, it quickly becomes bitter. The kale is processed immediately after harvesting to avoid any loss of nutrients. NP Nutra’s Kale Powder is certified organic and GMO free.



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