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Abakus Foods

Seaweed Crisps - 18g

€1.30 EUR
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Seaweed with a real crunch! Scrumptious seaweed coated with crispy tapioca to make an irresistible snack. No nasties, just goodness from the sea. 

  • Seaweed crisps with a real crunch
  • Source of iodine, high in fibre
  • Gluten-free, vegan, 99 kcal per pack

Seaweed is known by many in the Far East, and increasingly more people around the world, for its important health and nutritional benefits. A key health benefit is that Seaweed is a source of Iodine, and Tyrosine, which supports cognitive and nervous system functions. Iodine, commonly found in dairy and meat products, is particularly important if you are on a vegan or vegetarian diet.
A nutritious diet is packed full of vitamins and minerals, and Seaweed is a great source of vitamins A, C E and K, as well as folate, zinc, sodium, calcium, and magnesium.

Tapioca is a starch extracted from the Cassava plant and is great for a gluten-free and wheat-free diet. Being a ‘resistant starch’ means that it feeds healthy gut bacteria to the gut, which helps reduce inflammation and increase fullness.

How to Eat
Our Seaweed Crisps come in three flavours; Lightly Salted, Salt & Vinegar, and Cheese flavour. They are ideal for when you need a snack to accompany your sandwich at lunch, or for when you’re on the go. They can even be sprinkled over salads and soups to create an extra crunch!  If you’re feeling creative, you could make fun rice balls with them or savoury granola. 

Part of 1% for the planet which means we donate 1% of our sales to charities in support of environmental causes. Enjoy as a crunchy snack, pack in lunch boxes, sprinkle on rice, salad, soups, and take on your travels.



About
Abakus Foods is on a mission to make healthy snacks more available to busy people. This London-based health food brand was launched by Helen Wang, who was working long hours in London’s finance and her health was deteriorating. Her mum sent her care parcels containing healthy snacks and she loved them so much that she decided to bring them over here and make them available for everyone to enjoy. Her love for seaweed stems from her childhood where seaweed was a staple in their diet. She loves their umami taste, nutritional benefits, and that they are one of the most sustainable plants.