Sweet Kombu (Saccharina latissima) wild harvested in Ireland and carefully air-dried and then flaked. Sweet Kombu is also called Sweet Kelp and Kombu Royale.
Sweet Kombu is a mild, delicate algae that can be eaten raw.
Algae has a long history of being used in Europe as a food. The Vikings used algae to combat scurvy on long voyages. Dulse even stars in an Icelandic saga.
Our delicious sea vegetables are wild-harvested from the northwestern coasts of Ireland and carefully air-dried. Sea veggies are generally rich in trace elements and vitamins. Algae is an ideal and unique addition to any diet.
We want to revive the tradition of using algae as a culinary ingredient. Join us in discovering our past and re-imagining our future!