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Uncover what the insiders know with Vegberry Product Passports

Every step of this process is crucial in shaping the quality of the end product

Agronomists select the exact seeds, soil,
fertilizer
and temperature for growing.
They control the nutrition delivered to each
plant as well as pH (potential Hydrogen),
EC (Electrical Conductivity) and humidity levels.

We test each one in the Vegberry lab
using chromatographic research to
create their own digital fingerprints.
Only the purest vegetables and fruits
are finally delivered to you.


Farmers tend to plants over the
course of days and weeks to carefully
grow them with precise levels of
microelements and then harvest them.

A little taste of the tests done in the Vegberry Lab.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is measured as milligrams per 100 grams. It is a potent antioxidant that fights free radicals, is essential for the synthesis of collagen which makes connective tissues and helps wound healing. The recommended daily value for an adult is 60 milligrams per day. You’ll see what percentage of your daily amount of Vitamin C you’ll get from every serving.

Brix

Degrees Brix, usually shortened to "Brix", refers to a scale of measurement for soluble solids including sugar, pectins, organic acids and amino acids in a vegetable or fruit. A Brix of 10 means approximately 10% of the total volume is made up of soluble solids. Each product has a different ‘normal’ range of Brix since each has a typical amount of soluble solids compared with its overall volume. We add comments on the Product Passports so you can know what to expect with the products you order.

pH

pH, or potential Hydrogen, is the measure of acidity or alkalinity of a food before eating. The food we eat affects the pH level of our stomach acid, which is typically between 1.5-3.5 pH. The stomach acid activates an enzyme called pepsinogen which then becomes pepsin that is secreted by the stomach wall and breaks down food for digestion. Foods under 3.5 pH will help to activate these digestive enzymes. Products over 3.5 pH will balance out your stomach acidity when you are feeling some indigestion.

Nitrates

We test all products for nitrate levels. We do not continue with any suppliers who don’t meet our strict standards of nitrate levels, ensuring that you only receive the healthiest, most natural produce.

Farms and Farmers

To view information about the farms and farmers we source from, see the Farmers page.

Disclaimer: The Product Passport offers health and nutritional information designed for educational purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.