Baby Salad Leaves is an imported mixed lettuce that includes various types of greens, rich in vitamins and minerals, low in calories, and great for your health. All you need to do is mix Baby Salad Leaves with your favorite dressing and toppings to create a healthy and delicious salad.
1. Imported Baby Salad Leaves
Baby Salad Leaves is a blend of fresh greens including rainbow chard, Mizuna Japanese greens, Bulls Blood, and Wild Roquette. This combination creates a vibrant color and a delicious flavor in your salad. Baby Salad Leaves is imported 100% by Ant Farm from Europe/Australia, and they guarantee:
- Organic cultivation without chemicals
- Optimal timing for planting and harvesting to preserve the flavor and color of the product
- Packaging and transportation that meets international standards to ensure freshness
- Best market price
- Ant Farm's Baby Salad Leaves are now available in many major supermarkets such as Aeon, Lotte, Emart, Coop Xtra, VinMart, Tops Market... Check the complete list of stores that display the product.
2. Nutrition of Baby Salad Leaves
In 60g of Baby Salad Leaves, there are approximately 69.6µg of vitamin K, 50.2µg of vitamin A, 21.8µg of folate, 4mg of vitamin C, 0.3mg of iron, 21 calories, and many other essential nutrients.
Numerous studies have shown that using Baby Salad Leaves provides many health benefits such as:
- Reducing LDL cholesterol levels in the blood
- Improving eyesight
- Weight management
- Preventing cancer
- Preventing heart diseases
- Supporting good digestive system function
- Anti-inflammatory properties
3. Instructions for use and store
How to use
You can add tomatoes, pine nuts, avocados, or toast and your favorite dressing, mix the ingredients thoroughly, and you have a fresh and healthy salad. This salad is great as a side dish for a BBQ party or as a main dish for those who want to lose weight.
Before use, remember to wash and drain the leaves.
How to store
Ant Farm's Baby Salad Leaves are imported in a 120g box, so you can store them in the fridge's cool compartment.
Wash the leaves just before use. Avoid washing them and putting them directly into the fridge as this can cause them to become soggy, crushed, or damaged.