This Japanese green tea powder has long been considered a medicine by the samurai. The particular care given to its cultivation gives it exceptional nutritional qualities.
Matcha tea is grown exclusively in Japan. The crop is grown high enough so that the leaves are bright and contain as many nutrients as possible. Not long before harvest, the tea fields are fully covered to protect the tea leaves from the light. Growth then slows down and the leaves darken, making the tea taste sweeter. The leaves are then collected, dried and ground into an ultra-fine powder: Matcha.
Matcha tea contains micronutrients (zinc, iron, calcium, potassium, or even vitamins A and E), proteins and tannins that are really good for your health. This Japanese tea helps fight against cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure. Drinking Matcha tea strengthens the body's immune system, allowing it to fight against diseases.
Our Mini Cookies combine all the goodness of Matcha tea with sharp lemon flavours and healthy sesame seeds for a gourmet, tasty and healthy blend.
These small seeds are real natural gems. In Central America, where they originated, the Aztecs used to eat them, but they also used them for their medicinal properties!
As a source of nutrients, people are beginning to like and recommend chia seeds more and more. Their nutritional profile is impressive, as they contain vitamins E and B, calcium, iron and magnesium. They also have a high fibre content, improving digestion. Thanks to their high antioxidant content, they have anti-ageing properties.
But this seed’s main characteristic is that it is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for the body. Its high omega-3 content is good for the cardio-vascular system and also improves blood pressure. Chia seeds have the highest concentration of omega-3 to date compared to other plant sources. Just one teaspoon a day of these small black gems is enough to cover your daily reference intake of omega-3.
In yoghurts, smoothies, desserts, or even in salads, chia seeds are really good for your health, helping strengthen your immune system and leaving you feeling naturally full.
It is therefore no coincidence that "chia" means "strength" in the Mayan language.
Our mini cookies combine chia seeds and blueberries for a delicious, sweet and fruity blend.
Spirulina, Matcha tea and chia seeds but also pomegranate, goji berries, cinnamon, quinoa, cabbage, watercress, black radish, grapes and blueberries. These fruits and vegetables are considered "superfoods" because they have a very rich nutritional profile, have some of the highest nutritional values and are real natural health boosters. These superfoods are made up of the best that nature has to offer, helping us feel fit. Thanks to their antioxidant properties, these fruits and vegetables help strengthen the immune system and slow down ageing.
Oats are native to Asia. Whether in Indian Ayurvedic medicine, or later in Europe, it was first used for medicinal purposes. This cereal is a gold mine of nutritional benefits! Very rich in fibre, it also offers good quality proteins, and provides a good dose of iron, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamins E and B1.
Our Oatmeal, Seeds & Chocolate Chip Biscuits are made without wheat flour, only from oatmeal and oat flour.
Almond milk was already a staple food in medieval cuisine. With its good dose of fibre, vitamins and minerals, almond milk held an important place in medicine at the time.
Our shortbread combines the sweetness of almond milk with the subtle flavour of hazelnuts, bursting with energy.
Our Green Up' mini cookies were selected by SIAL Innovation 2018! This award recognises our efforts to offer you a range of quality biscuits. Organic and made exclusively with plant-based ingredients, these biscuits are perfect for people looking for a snack that is naturally healthier and with plant-based ingredients, not to mention their incredible gourmet flavour!