Pet Food - Wheatgrass and Sprouts, LLC

We are Gil and Lori, The Sproutpeople. We grew sprouts commercially for over 10 years, selling at a farmers market and to dozens of co-ops, natural food stores, grocery stores, restaurants, and pet shops. We always grew our sprouts by hand, rinsing and draining 2-3 times daily over a sink. We produced over 200 tons (yes TONS!) of sprouts in this manner. That is why we are uniquely qualified to serve home sprouters - we have always grown the same way you do - by hand.

Mar 9, 2017 - Amazon Prime Now expands delivery of Sprouts, Pet Food Express products in SF

Seeds are shells containing the potential for a living plant; a wonderful invention in Mother Nature’s cupboard. But Nature has allowed for many possibilities and installs defense mechanisms in numerous life forms including the little seed. Seeds not only contain the blueprints for plant building, they contain toxins, including enzyme inhibitors that protect them until tip-top conditions make themselves available to start the growth process. Seeds also contain fat, the fuel used to provide energy to produce a plant. Sprouting the seed gets rid of the toxins, burns unwanted fat and transforms this life form from one type of food into a more nutritious one.
Sprouts are essentially live bundles of pure nutrition, all in one tiny purse. They contain digestible energy, vitamins A, C, E, B, minerals, amino acids, proteins, antioxidants and phytochemicals, which have protective and disease preventative properties. Sprouts are also stuffed with digestive enzymes. These enzymes break down the food consumed, making it absorbable. If your pet bird eats and doesn’t absorb the nutrition food contains, it doesn’t do your parrot much good. The digestive enzymes in sprouts make the delivery of the nutrition more efficient. They are comparable to a “package delivery system” of the digestive world.

Grocery Aisles - Sprouts Farmers Market

May 7, 2012 - Sprouts & Shutters: Macaroni Grill Closes, Pet Food Express Opens and More Even fur babies need some love! Sprouts has HALO Pet Dog Food on sale for 40% off until 6/8/16. Stack this sale with a $2.00/1 HALO Vigor Dog Food coupon or a $2.00/2 Halo Canned Food coupon for a final price as low as Both mature and newly sprouted alfalfa contains chemicals called saponins. While some evidence suggests that saponins may help lower cholesterol levels, some of them limit the absorption of vital nutrients. Alfalfa contains at least four different saponins, but medicagenic acid is the most important one, likely most responsible for absorption problems. Additionally, alfalfa contains phytoestrogens, which are disruptive to the endocrine system. Regardless, alfalfa is absent from both the ASPCA’s and the Humane Society of the United States’ list of dangerous pet foods..09!

Sprout™ High Protein Cat Food by Sprout at Mills Fleet Farm

That's when Postins decided to turn Mosi's wholesome meals -- all made with gluten-free, non-GMO organic ingredients -- into a business, . She now makes $30 million a year in revenue, selling "human-grade" pet food in 4,500 specialty shops and natural food retailers, including Whole Foods and Sprouts.

Each serving is fortified with vitamins, minerals and proteins


Chia stores very easily for long durations, unlike its competitor flax seed. There is no taste or scent for even the pickiest of dogs to turn their noses up at. The dosage is quite potent, with only 1 teaspoon for small dogs or 2 teaspoons for large, or 1/4 teaspoon for every 10 pounds of your dog’s body weight. Feed in seed form, soaked in water or ground; sprinkle on top or mix into food. Look for milled, organic chia seeds whenever possible.Do the conscientious pet owners who buy these products really scour the supermarket for the human equivalent of “Grain-Free Optimal Holistic Nutrition for Dogs, Thoughtfully Chosen Whole Food Natural Ingredients in Every Bite,” as proclaimed on the package of Earthborn Primitive Natural dog food? Or baby food like Innova Puppy Food made with turkey, duck, barley, brown rice, apple, tomato, carrot, potato, egg, cottage cheese and alfalfa sprouts?