Wright Sprouts

Fresh Sprout Products

The Wright Sprouts is proud to grow 100% certified bean and leafy sprouts. We are constantly on the lookout for more varieties.

We currently produce the following varieties:

 

Adzuki Beans

Sweet nutty flavour, the Chinese believe the Adzuki bean strengthens the heart and aids blood circulation & fatigue.

It’s packed with iron, calcium & thiamime.

Use in stir-fry, casseroles & salads. It can also be used instead of kidney beans.


Lentil Beans

We use the Green blond Lentils. Delicious sweet Lentil, holds it shape and texture well in cooking. Mild nutty flavour. Superfood, high in iron, calcium, potassium & B vitamins. Good source of protein for vegetarians.
Use in soups, salads, casseroles, curries, lasagne. Substitute for meat.

Lentil Sprouts are now only available in our Crunchy Mix


Blue Peas

Tastes just like freshly picked pea from pod. High in Vitamin A, B, C & E. Calcium, Iron & Phosphorus.

Use in pesto, salads, casseroles & soups


Chickpeas

Nice buttery flavour, high fibre content helps lower cholesterol, helps prevent blood sugar levels rising quickly after meals.  Good for diabetes.

Widely used in middle eastern food, hummus, falafel, curries & casseroles


(NZ native) Whero Peas

Grown in NZ. Has a strong peanut flavour. The pigeons discovered how tasty Whero Peas were first and it took us a little longer to cotton on. High in calcium, Iron & Phosphorus. Combine with Blue Pea, toss in olive oil and sprinkle with seasoning, barbque them or bake.  Combines well with Feta cheese in salad.

Whero Pea sprouts are currently unavailable 


Sunflower

Nutty flavour with a nice hint of pepper. High in Vitamin D & Protein. Easier to digest than the raw seed and double the nutritional value.

Use these as a cost effective alternative to pine nuts.


Baby Mung
 

Most widely consumed sprout on the planet. Rich in Vitamin A, all B vitamins and C, Calcium, Iron, Selenium and Zinc.

Use in stir-fry, salads, omelettes, sandwiches, & wraps


Broccoli Mix

This mix contains Broccoli, Radish and Alfafa.

Researchers at John Hopkin University School of Medicine in USA found chemical sulforaphane in broccoli sprouts is effective anti cancer agent. Especially stomach cancers and ulcers.  New research also suggests may relieve arthritis. Acts as a natural inhibitor against inflammation.

Radish is a bit spicy has 29 times more vitamin C than milk and 4 times the Vitamin A.

Alfalfa is High in fibre, vitamin & minerals, and iron. Proven research concludes Alfalfa fibre pushes cholesterol out of arteries and dissolves it.

Use to spice up sandwiches, wraps & salads


Alfalfa

High in fibre, vitamin & minerals, and iron. Proven research concludes Alfalfa fibre pushes cholesterol out of arteries and dissolves it.

Use in sandwiches, wraps, garnishes & juicing.