Alaria Flakes Easy to use Sprinkle into stir-fries, soups and smoothies or even your breakfast bowl.
Delicious taste Alaria is a tender, delicate seaweed with subtle smokey notes.
Health benefits Rich in Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Iodine and Vitamin A; Alaria is arguably the most nutritious of all the seaweeds.
Comment Great for carrying around in your pocket or bag, it makes for a very tasty snack to nibble on between meals.
Dulse Flakes Easy to use Sprinkle over mashed potato, eggs, pasta dishes and more as a delicious flavour enhancer.
Delicious taste A light, soft shaving of seaweed with a redcurrant and salt lift.
Health benefits High in Omega 3 and 6, there is a distinctive marine flavour associated with Dulse. The Vitamin B6 and B12 content make it very attractive to vegans and vegetarians.
Comment Great for chewing on to remind you of days at the shore.
Kelp Flakes Easy to use Sprinkle into broths, stews and any cooking pot to add a rich umami flavour.
Delicious taste Kelp Flakes are firm with distinct flavours of iodine and sea salt. Thicker than the other two flakes, Kelp is best used in cooking.
Health benefits Used in moderation this seaweed can be used to aid thyroid function. Adding 1g per person into a cooking pot will give great benefits. Rather than boiling all the goodness out of the Kelp Flakes, it is better to add them after the boil and for the duration of the simmer (roughly 20 minutes of cooking time).
Comment Shake the tin and the aroma from the flakes will bring you right back to the shoreline of any Atlantic beach.