Amaranth seeds were introduced to Russia in the second half of the 19th century. And this plant was immediately undeservedly considered a weed. However, at home in South America, amaranth has been grown as a major grain crop for several millennia, along with corn and beans. Since the XVII century, it has ceased to be only an ornamental plant in Europe. In terms of protein and fiber content, as well as lysine - an essential amino acid – amaranth, whose seeds are also rich in iron, phosphorus, potassium, vitamins, phospholipids and phytosterols, significantly surpasses most cereals.
Amaranth seeds are produced, dried and stored according to a special technology, subjected to careful calibration and cleaning, which guarantees not only high germination energy and germination, but also the strength of growth, ensuring the fullest possible use of all the unique useful natural components of the amaranth seed by the seedling.
Elite seed material of amaranth can be used for germination at home for the purpose of further use of sprouted grain in the diet of a complex dietary healthy diet.