Nori Flakes 3-6 mm Organic
Nori is the Japanese word for edible seaweed of the genus Porphyra and belongs to the group of red algae. The scientific name Porphyra (Greek for purple) refers to the red-purple to black colour of the seaweed. The seaweed resembles a latex elastic sheet and the leaves can vary in length from 5 to 45 centimetres. Nori is found on the coasts of the United States, Hawaii, Philippines, Europe and abundantly in Japan. They hang from rocks in mid and high tide zones.
Production process to Nori Flakes
Nori is harvested in early spring to summer. The nori is carefully picked so that a new growth is possible and they are rinsed and dried, in the sun or in ovens. After drying, the nori takes on a black-purple colour. After this process, the sheets are processed into nori flakes.
Healthy properties of Nori Flakes
Nori is an important element of the food, especially in Japan. The nori flakes are rich in many proteins and vitamins. For example, it contains vitamins A, B and C1 and also significant amounts of calcium and iron.
Premium Nori Flakes 3-6 mm Organic
Nori Flakes 3-6 mm Organic from Holyflavours is an organically certified product of premium quality. Thanks to this certificate, you know that what you buy has been created with an eye and care for people and nature.
The organic herbs and spices we select come from various regions of the world. All products are checked in Europe and often also packaged.
The ORGANIC quality mark stands for 100% controlled organic and reliable. These ingredients are therefore guaranteed free of all kinds of additives such as sugars, fats and comply with all European pesticide requirements. The quality of our products is regularly checked.
|Vitamins and Minerals||Iron|
|Special Characteristics||Organic, Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Country of cultivation||Portugal, Spain|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||206 kcal / 863 kJ|
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