100% lentil (Lens culinaris) seeds for sprouting, proceeding from organic farming.
Nutritional values per
||466 kJ / 110 kcal
|- of which sugar
|| 9,0 g
Sprout is life !
Sprout is life ! - Germ'line DNA
Founded in 1994, Germ’line has become over the years the leader on organic fresh sprouted seeds' production on the French market.
Germ'line's 3 core values are very simple:
PERFECTING nature's bounty,
PROTECTING the original benefits of each product,
RESTORING their natural qualities as faithfully as possible.
Sprouting is a 100% natural process, which nutritional benefits are various and well-known. While a healthy, balanced diet and regular physical exerice are important, sprouted seeds are a valuable response to some issue related to our modern way of life.
Germ'line, we simply give nature the perfect conditions and let it do what it does best. If any processing is required, it's designed and performed using the gentlest soft technology and processes. In this way, the product's original qualities are kept as intact as possible.
We put all our enthousiasm, inflexible compliance with standards, and know-how into developing, producing and marketing a full range of delicious and diversified products of the highest quality delivering the outstanding benefits thats only sprouting can provide.
Produced with environmentally-friendly methods, our products are using exclusively ingredients produced organically. They undergo strict quality inspections carried out by an independant body, and are certified by Ecocert FR-BIO-01.
In addition, in-house systematic microbiological and food safety controls are performed at every stage of the manufacturing process, accorting to criteria that go far beyond the regulatory requirements.
Today, Germl'ine is the only producer to offer such a wide range of sprouted products. It does this by relying on the know-how and expertise it has acquired year after year.
Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.