Crispy, salty snacks with seaweed. Ocean kelp algae that grow near Baja California are dried and ground into Kelp powder ©
Combined with wheat and sea salt it is made into a green seaweed paste and exported to Europe
Fried in sunflower oil, the pasta grows into crispy sea crips.
Nutritional value Kelpweed
minerals and trace elements (eg iron and iodine)
vitamins E and A
easily soluble fiber
More important nutrients for humans than any other food.
Composition after frying:
Sunflower oil (unsaturated fatty acids)
Sea chips contain 65% less fat and 20% fewer calories than regular potato chips.
Eat them pure, with a drop of lemon, seaweed tapenade, guacamole, humus, or a salsa sauce.
TIP: Crumble it up and SPRINKLE OVER YOUR SALAD
General: the recommended dose is about 5 grams of seaweed per day.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION / ALLERGENS
Store at room temperature in a dark and dry place. Once opened, store in an airtight container and consume before the "best before" date on the packaging.
The seaweed may contain traces of molluscs, crustaceans and fish and small natural materials from the sea. The white color that can appear on the seaweed comes from the salt in the seaweed and provides a natural preservation.
FOR 100 G
Energy (kj / kcal)
1820 / 433
of which saturated (g)
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