Nutritional Benefits

Mushrooms are a nutrient-dense powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that play a positive role in supporting a healthy lifestyle.

Mushrooms are:


B vitamins:

Help to provide energy by breaking down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. B vitamins also play an important role in the nervous system.


Helps with the production of hormones and also plays an important role in the nervous system.


Helps maintain healthy red blood cells.

Pantothenic Acid:

Promotes healthy skin and makes sure the digestive and nervous systems function properly.


Works as an antioxidant by preventing cell damage. Also found to be important for the immune system and fertility in men.


A naturally occurring antioxidant that may help protect the body’s cells.


Helps make red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body. Copper also helps keep bones and nerves healthy.


Aids in the maintenance of normal fluid and mineral balance, which helps control blood pressure. It also plays a role in making sure nerves and muscles, including the heart, function properly.


A diet rich in fiber may lower cholesterol levels, regulate blood sugar levels, and relieve constipation.

Mushrooms & Vitamin D

Did you know, like humans, mushrooms can convert sunlight into vitamin D? Not to mention, they are the only source of vitamin D in the produce aisle! We need vitamin D to make strong and healthy bones.

Learn more about the importance of vitamin D and how mushrooms can help you meet your daily requirements.


Mushrooms Can Help

Incorporating mushrooms into your diet can help manage a range of health issues such as blood pressure, high cholesterol, and weight, thanks to their unique blend of nutrients, antioxidants, and immune-supporting properties.

Small Changes,

Big Impact!

Making small changes to your eating habits can make a big difference to your health. Here are some tips to try based on the key trends happening now in food & nutrition.

Keep Them Fresh

Give mushrooms a longer shelf life by storing them in the fridge in their original packaging or a brown paper bag.