About us

Golinucci Organic

In our family, we have been committed to organic farming for the past 30 years.
It all started with a small vegetable garden: over time we have cultivated it with care and passion, until it has become a solid and widespread reality. For 12 years, we have been supplying our organic seeds to sprout and microgreens producers in more than 60 countries around the world.
Today, strengthened by our experience in the field, we have decided to give birth to Golinucci Organic: here we dedicate ourselves not only to those who produce, but also to those among you in Europe who wish to grow quality seeds to produce microgreens at home.

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What are we doing?

We follow the entire production process of our organic seeds. With the cooperation of local farmers, we take care of growing, cleaning, testing, preparing and shipping them directly to your homes and greenhouses.
We constantly dedicate ourselves to researching and ensuring all of you a wide and diverse choice of products: not only the most traditional and popular varieties, but also the lesser known and popular ones, to give you the chance to enjoy classic and exotic flavors.

How are we doing this?

The value that has always characterized us is the importance we give to people. We are a family-run group of companies: this is why those who rely on us are not just looking for a supplier with whom they can have a cordial relationship, but a reliable and close-knit group in which you can feel like at home, assisted and supported in any need.

Why are we doing this?

From that home garden where our activity began, we have constantly enlarged our production, to offer you all the most authentic quality of Italian tradition, enclosed in an innovative, tasty and nutritious product.
We would like to share with all of you our philosophy, which aspires to take care of territory and people, thanks to an organic and non-GMO product that preserves human bodies and the environment in which we live.


With the exception of Asian beans, soybean, mungo and adzuki beans, our seeds are produced on Italian soil, certified throughout the supply chain and grown only by our local producers and farmers.

Seeds have no real expiration date.
In fact, if and when stored in the correct manner, they manage to maintain their longevity and germination will for years.
We recommend that you store your seeds in a suitable place by following this brief guide.
Seeds should be placed in a cool, dry but ventilated place because they need air to maintain their germination will.
We recommend that you control the temperature in the room, between 8 C° and 20 C° degrees, with a humidity of less than 35 percent, and make sure that the seeds are never directly hit by sunlight that may come in through the window.

We are committed every day to ensure that your orders are prepared within 24/48H after receipt of payment.
As soon as it is ready we entrust it to the courier who will reach all destinations in Italy in maximum two days and to Europe in 3-5 days depending on the destination.
Please consider that when your order is entrusted to the courier you will be sent the tracking number to follow its progress.
We will track your shipments and provide ongoing assistance but please note that once your order has been entrusted to the courier, we no longer have any way to influence the courier used.

We test our seeds every two months to always be sure of the quality of our products, and we only market lots that have a germination above the minimum legal threshold.
In case your seeds do not satisfy you due to too low germination, you can send us an e-mail within 45 days from the date of shipment and we will work with you to find the best solution.

From a practical point of view, seeds sold for the production of sprouts and microgreens can also be grown to have the adult vegetable, however, we do not recommend this for two reasons.
The first is that in the professional market, seeds are often hybrids and each species has multiple sub-varieties, which are the ones we all find in supermarkets or elsewhere. Seeds from sprouts and microgreens do not have this distinction, which means that the finished vegetable will not grow in the way that seed sold for traditional planting is expected to.
The second is that the seeds release their full vitamin supply and benefit as soon as they are sprouted within the first few months.
This peculiarity is the very principle of why these kinds of seeds are produced and grown.