Everything you need to know to get the best fresh, local microgreens.

1How do I set up my order?
New home deliveries are on pause at this time.
Restaurants and Store Managers can reach me through the Contact Form.
Please follow on Social Media or my Newsletter for updates.
2Where can I buy your microgreens in stores?
Look for my greens with colorful labels at the following locations:
The Natural Food Co-op on Spring & Sherman
The Health Food Shoppe on N. Anthony
The Process on Lima in Huntertown
3Do you deliver to my area?
At this time I deliver to Fort Wayne only.
If you are on the outskirts and unsure of availability, simply email me at beth@somethingbetterwithbeth.com
4Can I receive delivery every other week?
Subscriptions are only available on a weekly basis.
I wish I could accommodate all requests, but my farm is on a 10 day grow cycle, and I grow to order for each client, to produce as little waste as possible.
This allows for efficient use of my time and shelf space, and helps me keep prices low for you.
Unfortunately, bi-weekly orders do not work with this model.
5Should I wash my greens right away and store in the fridge?
Microgreens are best stored cold and dry. I recommend that you rinse what you are going to eat, and leave the rest in it's dry state in a closed container in the fridge until you need them. This will give you the best shelf life.
6Do you provide to restaurants and grocery stores?
Yes, I have great relationships with my chefs and retail establishments.
My goal is to provide consistent, fresh product that you can rely on as you plan your plates and inventory. Weekly pars allow me to grow specifically for your needs.
To receive my chef menu and info on grocery store units, email me at beth@somethingbetterwithbeth.com
7Are your microgreens organic?
The seeds are organic, and I use natural growing methods with no pesticides or chemicals, but the business is not certified organic.
8What are some more health benefits of microgreens?
By adding living foods to your diet on a consistent basis, you can help improve your overall health.
Living foods contain concentrated antioxidants in the form of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, enzymes, and plant pigments. These are nature's protectors, our first line of defense against free radical damage and toxic build up.
Sadly, most of the foods we consume are depleted in these essential nutrients. Eating living foods regularly is the best way to heal your body, reverse the damage that has been done and protect against future damage.
It’s often hard to hit the vitamins and minerals you need every single day, but eating microgreens is one of the easiest ways to do it.
9Do you accept crypto currency?
I am open to making this happen. Please email me at beth@somethingbetterwithbeth.com to see about setting this up.


Specializing in Sunflower, Pea shoots, Radish, and Broccoli. 

The goal is to get as much flavor, texture, and nutrient density into your hands as possible, each week. Who wouldn't want the convenience of a container packed full of a variety of micros that were harvested just hours ago, delivered to their door every week!?

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