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Organic Sprouting Seeds for Sprouts & Microgreens

Chickpeas have long been a staple food, especially in Mexico and India. They are used, for example, to make the well-known hummus paste, which is loved by many.

Taste: Chickpea sprouts have a nutty, slightly buttery taste. The fresh green of the chickpea is crunchy mild with a light bean aroma.

Ingredients: Germinated chickpeas have a high content of protein, complex carbohydrates, unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins A and C and a lot of iron, magnesium and zinc. The protein contained is rich in the essential amino acids lysine and threonine.

Use: sprouted: in salads, on bread, for juicing, smoothies or as a decoration for your dishes.

Note: Chickpeas are poisonous in their raw and ungerminated state. They contain the substance phasin. This substance is broken down during germination. For safety reasons, we recommend heating the germinated chickpea sprouts before consumption.

Positive properties: promotes digestion, helps with blood formation, lowers blood sugar levels and strengthens bones and nerves

Delivery: This offer includes the organic seeds without accessories. Below the product images, you may see a picture of the microgreens ready for harvesting, including tray and soil, so that you can get an idea of how it looks when it is ready to grow.

This seed can be used for microgreen cultivation as well as in the sprout jar.

Organic Microgreen and Sprout Seeds Chickpeas. Seeds from controlled organic cultivation for sprout cultivation (DE ÖKO 006).

Origin: France

Botanical name: Cicer arietinum

Also called: True chickpea, Roman chickpea, Venusian chickpea or field pea.

Additional information

Weight n. v.

100 g, 500 g, 1000 g, 5000 g

Mounting variant

Microgreen, sprout glass




Dark sprouts








High in protein


Vitamin A, Vitamin C

Minerals & Trace Elements

Iron, magnesium, zinc

Other ingredients

All essential amino acids

Healthy properties

Blood-forming, Blood sugar-lowering, Bone-strengthening, Digestion-promoting