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01 June, 2006

Sea's Gift Seaweed Snacks

Sea's Gift Seaweed SnacksJayone Foods, Inc. recently launched a new brand of snacks under the "Sea's Gift" brand.

These are pieces of seaweed leaves, roasted in sesame oil, and flavored.

The product is available in three varieties...

  • Authentic Korean Seaweed - roasted in sesame oil, and lightly salted


  • Korean Sweet Seaweed - roasted in sesame oil, sprinkled with sesame seeds, and lightly sweetened with organic sugar


  • Korean Crispy Kelp Snack - lightly sweetened with malt syrup and organic sugar


  • Korean Chewy Kelp Snack - a jelly type kelp snack with an "amusing texture", lightly sweetened with malt syrup and organic sugar
Available at Whole Foods Markets in Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona. Visit their store locator.

11 comments:

Flamingo1021 said...

I have just discovered the roasted, salted variety (all I've seen locally) and think it's great! I've always liked the taste of seaweed, but the roasting and salting gives this stuff a very light, crispy texture and a different, even nicer flavor than the plain nori with which sushi eaters are familiar.

I will admit, however, that seaweed seems to be something you love or hate. If you don't care for the taste of fish, don't bother. If you like fish and seafood in general, give it a try if you can find it. Seaweed is extremely healthful, and a new snack option for dieters.

Amy on 8/16/2007 10:45:00 AM said...

i LOVE this snack! Sweet & salty yum!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE these snacks. They're addictive. But I wish they'd make larger packages; I always feel guilty about buying things with such wasteful packaging. Heck, I eat 3 packages at a sitting -- at least!

Scott on 11/07/2007 11:25:00 AM said...

The Roasted Seaweed Snack is top shelf. I am in love with this great snack. I'll echo the other person and say I wish they came in bigger packages.

Anonymous said...

I too became quickly addicted to the sweet nori version, though the packaging drives me nuts.

The roasted version is ok, but there are better versions in the local korean grocery.

I haven't seen the other two versions at my WFM yet, but I will keep looking for it.

Anonymous said...

i bet roasted is great.
I had a Huge pile of deep fried seaweed in London two years ago and it was too much. A little bit to snack on would be perfect.

Lisa on 2/20/2010 05:30:00 PM said...

Me and my 6 year LOVE them!! They need a bigger package of them!

Anonymous said...

Great stuff...but the packaging is terrible. That's why I now go for Seasnax, it's similar but I think better tasting and you get a lot with minimal packaging!! They're not in many stores but they do have a website.

Anonymous said...

Buy them by the case (24 packets for $18 minus 10% discount). Can be bought at Wholefoods and every so often the case goes on sale for $14.50 minus 10%. Great buy!.

Kirstie = Semien said...

just discovered these snacks today & i love it! take the sweet variety, sprinkle over a big bowl of hot rice with some avocado, soy sauce, & sriracha hot sauce...DELICIOUS!

Anonymous said...

I'm a seasnax convert. Their toasty onion flavor is to die for!!!

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