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The most powerful vegetable on earth, consumable in a convenient way.
With demand at the office growing every day for 'Grandpa’s greens,' Brandon and Todd ditched their corporate jobs and started Amazing Grass on a kitchen table in San Francisco. Now, a decade later, this grassroots company is the leading producer and distributor of organic Green SuperFoods. For over 60 years, their family farm in Kansas has perfected the growing, harvesting, dehydration and storage of organic alfalfa and cereal grasses - ensuring optimal nutrition in some of the world’s most nutrient dense Green SuperFoods.
Today, Amazing Grass offers the most powerful vegetable on earth, consumable in a convenient way that aligns with our hectic lifestyles. We love hearing your stories about how our Amazing Grass products have changed your life. We also encourage our new friends to write us with their stories. The timeless phrase, "you are what you eat", sums up many of the responses. Eat Grass! Get Healthy!
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Amazing Grass is grown and harvested in the United States of America on a family-run farm in the great state of Kansas. Amazing Grass is dedicated to creating the best Organic Green SuperFoods, made exclusively from the finest ingredients on the face of the earth!
For over 60 years, the family farm in Kansas has perfected the growing, harvesting, dehydration and storage of organic alfalfa and cereal grasses - ensuring optimal nutrition in some of the world’s most nutrient dense Green SuperFoods. Eat Grass! Get Healthy!
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