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Sugarkelp is a single frond brown seaweed growing up to 5 meters long. Sugarkelp has a savory-sweet taste due to its high mannitol content. Sugarkelp is high in iodine, iron, magnesium, zinc, calcium and potassium, vitamins C, A, B1, B2 and D.
Bladderwrack is rich on antioxidants such as vitamin A, C, E and beta-carotene. It is high on natrium, calcium, magnesium and Sulphur, contains trace elements of iron, iodine, manganese and zinc.
Seaweed is a natural product and can contain traces of crustaceans.
Serrated wrack is a brown seaweed with a taste of ocean. It has high content of protein, natrium, calcium, potassium and magnesium, iodine, iron, manganese and zinc as well as Vitamins E, C, and beta-carotene and zinc as well as Vitamins E, C, and beta- carotene.
Seapops are the tips of bladderwrack picked only for about 10 weeks during the spring. Seapops are unique, crispy and delicate.
Seapops are rich on antioxidants such as vitamin E, C and beta- carotene a contain range of minerals and trace elements.
Dulce is the only seaweed we import from Island or Ireland because it is not sustainable to harvest in Sweden. Dulce is the number one seaweed eaten in north Atlantic island states. Dulce is a red seaweed and goes well with both savory and sweet dishes. It has deep taste of licorice when boiled and bacon aftertaste when fried.