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.
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
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.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy: 433 kcal / 1820 kJ,
Fat: 15.5 g (of which saturated 1.5 g)
Carbohydrates: 60.8 g (of which sugar 0.59 g)
Fiber: 5.3 g
Protein: 9.8 g
Salt: 2.62 g
Store at room temperature in a dry and dark place. Once opened, store in an airtight container and consume before the ‘best before’ date on the packaging.