Sea snacks are extremely popular, but have you tried any? Here is a selection of sea snacks to try…

Shore Seaweed Clusters, Tangy Tomato are made by Shore Seaweed – Bite sized snacking clusters bursting with good for you Omega-3. Carefully roasted Scottish seaweed in naturally bound together with chia seeds, oats and puffed rice to make a satisfyingly crunchy cluster before being sprinkled with a deliciously tangy tomato seasoning.

Abakus Foods Seaweed Crisps Salt and Vinegar –  scrumptious seaweed is harvested from the deep blue seas of South Korea, and coated with a thin layer of crispy tapioca, to create the ultimate tantalising snack! available at Holland and Barrett

Itsu Crispy Seaweed Thins Sweet Soy & Sea Salt are available from Sainsbury’s – Sweet soy & sea salt flavoured crispy seaweed thins.

Shore Seaweed Sea Salt Chips – available from Holland & Barrett – all natural deliciously crunchy seaweed & super grain chips seasoned with a light sprinkling of natural sea salt. 100% PLANT BASED – contains our local superfood seaweed with quinoa, to make our chips amazingly light and crispy.

Burts Lightly Sea Salted Crisps – Hand cooked crisps using potatoes from the rich earth, and salt from the wild sea.

Ocean’s Halo Organic Sea Salt Seaweed – Organic Seaweed, Organic Safflower and/or Sunflower Oil. Sea Salt.


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