The Sea Salt Seaweed Snacks are a light but satisfying alternative to potato chips, with only a touch of sunflower oil and sea salt. Read Sierra Club article.
With the natural-foods market growing faster than the conventional one, Shim thinks the seaweed-snack business can develop along the lines of coconut water, which is now a billion-dollar industry. Read the New Yorker Article.
Ocean’s Halo released a full line of nori chips, pushing to make kelp a viable alternative to snack foods. Read Huffington Post article.
Seaweed snacks are riding a rising tide in the U.S. with sales swelling between $250 million and $500 million in 2014, according to an industry trends expert. Read Food Navigator Article.
After noticing the popularity of sriracha, an Asian chili sauce, Ocean’s Halo distributor New Frontier Foods Inc., Burlingame, CA, released sriracha flavors for both its seaweed sheet and chip categories. Read Whole Foods Magazine article.
You know what the next kale chip is? Seaweed. You’ll be seeing seaweed snacks all over the place this year, so be sure to pick up a pack that’s actually good. Read Popsugar article.
Ocean’s Halo Seaweed Chips are cracker-type snacks with nuts and almonds added to cater to the appetites of U.S. consumers. Read Korea Joongang Daily article.
With the word “healthy” becoming ever important, people are looking for better-for-you snacks to replace the usual potato chips and chocolate. Read just-food article.
The dads started Ocean’s Halo, a company that introduced the Seaweed Chip, a crunchy green ribbon built for dipping. Read the Los Angeles Times article.
New Frontier Foods selects a pouch package made from compostable wood pulp that matches its Ocean’s Halo brand identity. Read the Packaging World article.