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Common Name: Kale
Botanical Name: Brassica Oleracea
Origin: North America
Kale, an annual plant that can grow even in cold temperatures, has become one of the U.S.’s most popular vegetables in a short time frame becoming one of the most requested ingredients in the nation. Kale leaves grow to a green or purple color often resembling wild cabbage due to not forming a head where the central leaves are located. Fully grown, kale can either be very compact or reach heights of up to seven feet.
Kale has become king of the greens because of its vitamin content. It is an excellent source of vitamin K and vitamin A. Kale also contains a good amount of vitamin B6.
Though its vitamin content is through the roof, kale doesn’t slack when it comes to minerals. Kale offers up a good amount of manganese, copper, potassium, and calcium, just to name a few.
Kale is perfect for any formulation and already has a great reputation. Add kale in functional beverages, vegetable supplements, and whatever else consumers crave to make your product stand out. Try a sample today.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.