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microgreens and other seed suppliers america

If you are new to this post, please look into the introduction of our series of blog posts on seed suppliers around the world HERE. A lot of microgreen lovers come from America. That’s why, in this blog post, we will talk about microgreen and other seed suppliers in America. Especially growers are coming from United States and Canada. Therefore, we found quite a lot suppliers, so your range to get the best seeds out there is wide. Some of the companies do sell internationally, but if not, it is stated below. Quite few suppliers have a very wide range of different seed varieties. Which is very good, so that you can choose, with which you would like to start or expand your portfolio.

This post is up-to-date (as of February 2020). Which means, that we are regularly updating, due to new suppliers or (re)-sellers. Please note, that we listed producers of microgreens and other seeds, but also (re)-sellers, because in some countries, you can get microgreens seeds or sprouting seeds just at some grocery/garden/e-shop stores/sellers.

But what if you are stated in non US country and still want to order.

If you are coming from other parts of the world, not stated in US or Canada, you still have some possibilities, to get the seeds, but be aware of several restrictions. It is your responsibility for knowing and adhering to agricultural import requirements specific to the country of importation. You need to check with your Ministry of Agriculture for information related to necessary permits or documents.

Before you order anything, see on suppliers web site, if he has perhaps written some table of restricted countries. This information could help you with further process.

If an import permit is required, you must obtain one from your Ministry of Agriculture. When an order requires a phytosanitary certificate, you need to pay some amount of money (depends on company) per shipment for this document. Please read conditions for international shipment on website you would like to import, because each one has several own requirements and restrictions. Some of them are unable to obtain a phytosanitary certificate for any type of pelleted seed, as the clay coating obstructs the seed from view.

If you ordered seeds and when your order arrives in your country, the customs service, or another government agency of your country, may charge you a fee on the item(s). If duties or taxes apply, you will be notified by your applicable government (usually customs) office. Suppliers are usually not responsible for these charges and has no control over the fees charged.

Now let’s have a look into different suppliers:

UNITED STATES:

company: True Leaf Market
country: United States
website: http://bit.ly/trueleafmarket_
contact: support@trueleafmarket.com
status: producer, seller
seed varieties: 160+
type of seeds: non GMO, organic, conventional
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: us, Canada, international
other: 100% non-GMO seeds

Check out our Microgreens at True Leaf Market

company: Seeds now
country: United States
website: https://www.seedsnow.com/?rfsn=3718078.c39270
contact: support@seedsnow.customersure.com
status: producer/reseller
seed varieties: 50+
type of seeds: organic/100% non GMO/ 100% natural
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship:
other: 100% non-GMO, they are full supporters of the Safe Seed Pledge.
company: Kitazawa seeds
country: United States
website: https://www.kitazawaseed.com/
contact: seeds@kitazawaseed.com
status: producer and reseller
seed varieties: 140+
type of seeds: unthreatened and non-GMO 
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: United States
other: They don’t buy, sell, or trade genetically engineered seeds or plants. 
  they are specialized in quality Asian vegetable seeds
company: Johnny’s Selected Seeds
country: United States
website: https://www.johnnyseeds.com/vegetables/microgreens/
contact: service@johnnyseeds.com 
status: producer
seed varieties: 110+
type of seeds: organic and conventional
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: us, Canada, international
other: They don’t buy, sell, or trade genetically engineered seeds or plants. 
company: High Moving Seeds
country: United States
website: https://www.highmowingseeds.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Microgreens+seeds
contact: questions@highmowingseeds.com 
status: producer
seed varieties: 28
type of seeds: organic
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: US, Canada
company: Seattle Seeds
country: United States
website: https://www.seattleseed.com/microgreens-sprouts/
contact: support@seattleseed.com 
status: producer
seed varieties: 3+, but have other seeds in 100+ varieties
type of seeds:  organic
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship:
other: always non-GMO seeds
company: Sprout people
country: United States
website: https://sproutpeople.org/seeds/microgreens/
contact: helper@sproutpeople.org 
status: reseller
seed varieties: 100+
type of seeds: organic
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: internationally
other: 100% non-GMO, check conditions for Australia delivery

microgreens and other seed suppliers america

company: West Coast Seed
country: United States
website: https://www.westcoastseeds.com/collections/microgreens-seeds
contact: customerservice@westcoastseeds.com
status: producer
seed varieties: 14
type of seeds: organic, conventional
selling in bulk: no
where they ship: northern America (US, Canada), International (exception South America, Mexico, Japan, China, 
  Cyprus, Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, or Spain)
other: non-GMO seeds
company: Todd’s Seeds
country: United States
website: http://seeds.toddsseeds.com/microgreens/
contact: http://seeds.toddsseeds.com/contact-us/
status: seller
seed varieties: 25+
type of seeds: non-GMO seeds
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: US
other: NEVER deal in GMO seeds. All of our seeds are open-pollinated, mostly heirloom 
  chemical free, and tested for pathogens for your safety.  
company: Corona Seeds
country: United States
website: http://coronaseeds.com/product-category/herbs/
contact: info@coronaseeds.com
status: producer
seed varieties: organic, untreated
type of seeds: 60+
selling in bulk: no
where they ship:
other: They sell only to commercial growers.
company: Pinetree Garden Seeds
country: United States
website: https://www.superseeds.com/collections/microgreens
contact: help@superseeds.com 
status: producer
seed varieties: organic, conventional
type of seeds: 19+
selling in bulk: no
where they ship: US, Canada
other: never sold any genetically modified seeds and has signed the Safe Seed Pledge, 
  promising never to sell any GMO seeds.

microgreens and other seed suppliers america

company: Eden’s brother
country: United States
website: https://www.edenbrothers.com/store/microgreens-seeds.html
contact: service@edenbrothers.com
status: producer
seed varieties: 30+
type of seeds: heirloom, open-pollinated
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: US
company: Urban Framer Seeds
country: United States
website: https://www.ufseeds.com/product-category/vegetables/microgreens/
contact: info@ufseeds.com
status: producer
seed varieties: 10+
type of seeds: non GMO, organic
selling in bulk: non GMO, organic
where they ship: US, Canada, International
other: all  seed is guaranteed to be non-GMO and free from genetic engineering
  Safe Seed Pledge
company: Ne seeds
country: United States
website: https://www.neseed.com/product-category/microgreens/?filter_features=suitable-for-microgreens
contact: info@neseed.com
status: producer
seed varieties: 140+
type of seeds: conventional/organic
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: internationally
other: no GMO seeds, the safe seed pledge
company: Ever Wild Farms Inc.
country: United States
website: https://www.everwilde.com/store/Organic-Microgreen-seeds.html
contact: sales@everwilde.com 
status: producer
seed varieties: 100+
type of seeds: organic, conventional
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: US, International
company: Seed Cradle
country: United States
website: https://www.seedcradle.com/
contact: sales@seedcradle.com
status: reseller
seed varieties: 20+
type of seeds: conventional/organic
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: US
other: non-GMO seeds
company: Gournet Seed
country: United States
website: https://www.gourmetseed.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=13_14
contact: customerservice@gourmetseed.com
status: reseller
seed varieties: 20+
type of seeds: organic
selling in bulk: no
where they ship: shipping US + overseas US (AK, HI, PR, VI)

microgreens and other seed suppliers america

CANADA:

company: Rainbow Seeds
country: Canada
website: http://www.rainbowseeds.ca/store/c44/MicroGreens.html
contact:  rainbowseed@yahoo.com
status: producer
seed varieties: 30+
type of seeds: non-GMO
selling in bulk: no
where they ship:
company: Mumm’s sprouting Seeds
country: Canada
website: http://sprouting.com/
contact: mumms@sprouting.com <mumms@sprouting.com>;
status: producer
seed varieties: 50+
type of seeds: organic, non-GMO
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship:
other: they are fighting against GMO food
company: Dam Seeds
country: Canada
website: https://www.damseeds.ca/productcart/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=3243
contact: info@damseeds.com
status: seller
seed varieties: not chemically treated, some organic
type of seeds: 20+
selling in bulk: yes
where they ship: Canada
company: Sprout Master
country: Canada
website: http://www.sproutmaster.com/
contact: info@sproutmaster.com
status: seller
seed varieties: few
type of seeds: organic
selling in bulk: no
where they ship: Canada

Without further ago, go and check other blog post, on microgreens and other seed suppliers around the world:

EUROPE

ASIA

OCEANIA

OTHER COUNTRIES

And if you didn’t read yet our introduction blog post on microgreens and other seed suppliers, please, check it out HERE.

If you are supplier of good, quality microgreen and sprouting seeds and we didn’t mention you, but you would like to be a part of these, please feel free to contact us, so that we can add you to our list.

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