Matakana Foods Organic Supergreens blend of organic kale, wakame, wheat leaf, barley leaf, spirulina, chlorella, and broccoli sprout powders makes a nourishing green drink to use as a daily nutritional boost. These Supergreens are among the most nutritionally dense green foods on the planet. Together they contain an abundance of key vitamins and minerals plus many other beneficial plant compounds to support general wellbeing and an active lifestyle. Our Supergreens powder is a carefully formulated, 100% natural, wholefood blend and a convenient and easy way to give your daily diet a superfood boost.
- Immune Support
Our Organic Supergreens powder is an excellent way to support your body’s natural detoxification processes helping to enhance immunity and general wellbeing. The specially chosen ingredients are amongst the most nutritionally dense green foods on the planet and contain more chlorophyll than any other greens known. Taken daily, it can provide an incredibly nourishing effect for the immune system and the body as a whole.
How to use
Adults: 1 teaspoon per day. Add to water, juice or smoothies.
Children (12 and under): 1/4-1/2 teaspoon per day.
Reseal pouch and store in a cool dry place or refrigerate for maximum shelf-life
Organic kale powder, organic wakame powder, organic wheat leaf powder*, organic barley leaf powder*, organic spirulina powder, organic cracked cell chlorella, and organic broccoli sprout powder. No artificial flavours, colours, preservatives or additives. Packed in a facility that may have exposure to nuts and sesame seeds.
*Gluten Free Statement
Our NZ grown wheat and barley leaf powders are tested for gluten – results are less than 3ppm. Currently, testing can only measure the level of gluten in food down to less than 3ppm so our product has been tested at the lowest possible level. Coeliac New Zealand supports the International CODEX definition of gluten free, defined as ‘Foods containing less than 20ppm of gluten’ as that which is considered suitable for a coeliac diet.
“Statements have been included for the interests of consumer health education and are not intended to imply that such ingredients have been approved under the Medicines Act for the prevention or treatment of specific diseases or medical conditions. You should seek appropriate Healthcare professional advice for any medical condition”