Kent Urban Kitchen Microgreens supplies many varieties of microgreens directly in Snave.
We are a Kent born and raised family business, operating our growing room just a stone's throw from Ramsgate seafront. We are delighted to supply Microgreens across the whole of Snave and the South East.
As well as supplying to private Snave clients, we have a developing network of Snave restaurants and Snave caterers to whom we deliver door-to-door, and are continuously adding new and experimental product varieties to meet the preference and taste of our customers.
We feel it is really important, more than ever before, to reduce food miles and consume food consciously from local, traceable sources. Plus, it tastes so much better when you know where it's come from!
Some Snave restaurants
Steensgaards Gårdbutik & Spiseri
A rocket (from Italian: rocchetto, lit. 'bobbin/spool') is a spacecraft, aircraft, vehicle or projectile that obtains thrust from a rocket engine. Rocket engine exhaust is formed entirely from propellant carried within the rocket. Rocket engines work by action and reaction and push rockets forward simply by expelling their exhaust in the opposite direction at high speed, and can therefore work in the vacuum of space.
In fact, rockets work more efficiently in the vacuum of space than in an atmosphere. Multistage rockets are capable of attaining escape velocity from Earth and therefore can achieve unlimited maximum altitude. Compared with airbreathing engines, rockets are lightweight and powerful and capable of generating large accelerations. To control their flight, rockets rely on momentum, airfoils, auxiliary reaction engines, gimballed thrust, momentum wheels, deflection of the exhaust stream, propellant flow, spin, or gravity.
Rockets for military and recreational uses date back to at least 13th-century China. Significant scientific, interplanetary and industrial use did not occur until the 20th century, when rocketry was the enabling technology for the Space Age, including setting foot on the Moon. Rockets are now used for fireworks, missiles and other weaponry, ejection seats, launch vehicles for artificial satellites, human spaceflight, and space exploration.
Chemical rockets are the most common type of high power rocket, typically creating a high speed exhaust by the combustion of fuel with an oxidizer. The stored propellant can be a simple pressurized gas or a single liquid fuel that disassociates in the presence of a catalyst (monopropellant), two liquids that spontaneously react on contact (hypergolic propellants), two liquids that must be ignited to react (like kerosene (RP1) and liquid oxygen, used in most liquid-propellant rockets), a solid combination of fuel with oxidizer (solid fuel), or solid fuel with liquid or gaseous oxidizer (hybrid propellant system). Chemical rockets store a large amount of energy in an easily released form, and can be very dangerous. However, careful design, testing, construction and use minimizes risks.
Why choose Kent Urban Kitchen?
Choosing us will mean you are buying a local, quality product with a personal service that you can be proud to serve to your customers. We are flexible to suit your schedule, and no order is too small. If there is a variety or product you would like, send as an enquiry and we will get back to you as soon as we can.