Coriander microgreens are an incredible culinary addition, made up of the fragrant leaves of young Coriander (also known as cilantro). Coriander microgreens have a very distinct aroma and flavour that courses through whatever ingredient it is paired with, adding a unique twist to any dish.

Latin Name: Coriandrum sativum L
Other Name(s): Cilantro
Microgreen Color: Medium green color
Microgreen Flavor: Sweet, bright aroma and is quite bold
Microgreen Texture: Slightly peppery and has a little bit of grassiness
Nutrients: A, B, C, E, and K, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, and phosphorus


Coriander microgreens, often referred to as cilantro or Chinese parsley, are a powerhouse of flavor and nutrition. Grown from Coriander herb seeds, these tiny greens are harvested before the full Coriander plant forms, giving them an incredibly pungent flavor. Coriander microgreens pack an impressive nutrient punch—containing more Vitamin A than spinach and chard–which makes them a smart and tasty addition to any smoothie or salad. In addition, Coriander microgreens’ fresh, distinct taste makes them the perfect garnish for all kinds of dishes. While typically small in size, Coriander microgreens have a big impact on the overall flavor profile of your meal!

What’s most fascinating about Coriander microgreens is that even though they’ve been around for a long time, they are still emerging in popularity as chefs discover more ways to maximize their potential. With Coriander microgreens, every bite will be an experience unlike any other.

Cilantro microgreens contain very high levels of the carotenoids lutein/ zeaxanthin, violaxanthin and beta carotene, which are fat soluble antioxidants important for organ function and protecting cellular structures from damage. Cilantro microgreens contain 3 times more beta carotene than the mature leaves. The concentration of beta carotene in cilantro microgreens is comparable to that of carrots and sweet potatoes.

Nutritional Value

Micro Cilantro contains vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, and phosphorus.