About Kale
Kale is a member of the cabbage family and has been widely cultivated in Europe since Roman times. The vegetable is often referred to as ‘the queen of greens’ because of its health-promoting properties. Kales rosette-like leaves have a stronger, spicier flavour than your average leafy green…they also pack more of a nutritional punch, with far more vitamins and minerals than other super-greens like spinach.

Nutritional Benefits
Packed with Antioxidants – 45 different flavonoids have been identified.
Unique Detoxification Properties – supports cellular detox processes.
High in fibre – Low in calories – Low GI – Zero Fat.
Excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A and vitamin C.
Good source of manganese, copper, vitamin B6.
Kale also contains: calcium, potassium, iron, vitamin E, vitamins B1,2,3, magnesium, phosphorus, omega3 fats and folate.

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