Sep 30, 2021 • 24M

NATALIE PATERSON ON "FOCUS 5"

Natalie speaks about her concept of growing microgreens at home, effortlessly and approachable to everyone.

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Tours Italy 2022

Hello friends:

In today’s episode, we have a special guest: Natalie Paterson, the cofounder of ingarden! ingarden is a smart hydroponic garden that grows fresh microgreens. They officially launched the concept in June 2021. Natalie has a background in nutritional biochemistry and is currently pursuing an MS in food science. She has always had a passion for food and nutrition. Specifically, Natalie will explain the value of growing your own microgreens and the positive impact on your health and wellbeing. After her extensive studies, she built an international team to launch ingarden. Today we’ll hear from Natalie regarding why microgreens and the significant health benefits they offer.

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