Wild Foods

Wild Super Greens, 7.16 oz.


Organic Wild Super Greens


Powerful gut support, stress relief, and immune-boosting benefits!


All natural, gently dried whole food ingredients make this concentrated blend of potent nutrition. 


Made with 46 organic fruits and vegetable nutrients that equal to three servings of veggies per scoop.


Prebiotics, probiotics, and digestive enzymes to support digestion by balancing gut health and encouraging nutrient absorption. 

All About Powdered Greens


Powdered greens are a supplement typically made from kale, spinach, collard greens, or other leafy green vegetables that have been ground up and then added to a powder form.

When you think of green foods, kale, spinach, and other leafy greens probably come to mind. While these are all excellent sources of vitamins A and C as well as iron, they aren't the only types of greens that are good for your health. 

Powdered greens also known as dehydrated or dried greens are another type of green that is rich in nutrients and can be easily added to meals and snacks. These types of greens are prepared by removing excess moisture, so they become a powdery substance. 

The final product is similar to an herb or spice blend; however, it's much easier to consume because it comes in a powdered form. Many people use powdered greens to add the benefits of greens into their diet regularly without having to eat them raw or cook with them regularly.

Powdered greens are dehydrated greens that are turned into a powder that can easily be added to food and beverages. They are created by placing fresh greens in a food dehydrator or through a freeze-drying process, which removes the water from the greens. This process helps preserve vitamins and minerals while making it easier to store and transport the greens. 

Powdered greens are often made from various greens and herb sources, including kale, spinach, cilantro, parsley, and more. Powdered greens will often include other ingredients, ranging from seeds to different types of fiber. Depending on the type of green used, powdered greens may have a slightly different taste and texture than regular leafy greens. They may be a bit more coarse and have a more earthy, bitter taste than their fresh counterparts.