Teriyaki Roasted Seaweed - 6 Pack
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6 oz / $1.02 per oz
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We didn't know it was possible to have this much mouth-watering flavor without firing up the grill, but (luckily) here we are. What starts as premium organic seaweed quickly turns into something sweet, smoky, and oh-so-savory. It's roasted to a perfect crisp with gimMe's award-winning blend of sesame oil, sunflower oil, and teriyaki powder.
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How it does good
The nutrient-dense veggie that doesn't grow on land
Seaweed may be nutritious thanks to nature, but gimMe is on a mission to make it a snacking sensation. For them, the choice was easy. Seaweed is one of the most delicious and environmentally sustainable vegetables for several reasons: it requires no fresh water or land, absorbs twice CO2 than the entire Amazon rainforest, helps de-acidify oceans, and grows 30 times faster than land-based veggies.
They grow their seaweed off the coast of South Korea in an area known for its clean and protected waters that are also rich in nutrients. They also time their winter harvest just right and cut the seaweed right on the water. This results in a sweeter, umami-packed taste and al dente texture.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Seaweed is a zero-input food, requiring very little to grow (that means no nasty chemicals). It also captures CO2 and supports healthy reef ecosystems, so by snacking on seaweed, you're doing the same.Learn More
supporting key causes
gimMe created Healthy Kids, a program that helps improve kids' nutrtion by donating servings of vegetables to local food banks and school lunch banks. So far, they've given over 500,000 servings to kids in need.Learn More
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About the Brand
gimMe founders Annie and Steve saw an opportunity: take a traditional Korean snack and make it for an American audience. This idea led to the creation of the world's first USDA Certified Organic, non-GMO Project Verified seaweed snacks. Thanks to gimMe, other seaweed manufacturers are now following suit—helping reduce the amount of chemicals in our ocean and making nutritious yet delicious snacks more accessible.Shop Brand
How to use
Sprinkle over ice cream for an umami twist.