Big Sheets Sea Salt - .92oz (2 Pack)

Available$8.99

Our original and best-selling roasted seaweed snack flavor now in extra-large form. Big Sheets are delicious and versatile. With only 1 carb per serving, Big Sheets are the perfect, gluten-free alternative for wrapping up your burritos, making a sandwich, or as a way to serve lettuce wraps. Add a boost of nutrients when crumbled into classic dishes like soup, salad, and even popcorn. Or as a snack all on their own when you cut into fun shapes to share with friends. The possibilities are endless.


INGREDIENTS: Organic Seaweed, Organic Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt

Big Sheets Sea Salt - .92oz (2 Pack)

Available$8.99

Our original and best-selling roasted seaweed snack flavor now in extra-large form. Big Sheets are delicious and versatile. With only 1 carb per serving, Big Sheets are the perfect, gluten-free alternative for wrapping up your burritos, making a sandwich, or as a way to serve lettuce wraps. Add a boost of nutrients when crumbled into classic dishes like soup, salad, and even popcorn. Or as a snack all on their own when you cut into fun shapes to share with friends. The possibilities are endless.


INGREDIENTS: Organic Seaweed, Organic Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt

GOOD FOR YOUR FAMILY & THE EARTH

THREE INGREDIENTS

Seaweed is an excellent source of iodine, a vital trace mineral that plays a critical role in thyroid health.

Organic Seaweed

Sunflower oil is low in saturated fat and high in two types of fatty acids, polyunsaturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fatty acids.

Organic Sunflower Oil

Sea salt includes vital minerals like sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, bromide, chloride, iron, copper, and zinc.

Sea Salt

FAQS

Iron, fiber, beta carotene, calcium sustainability, umami. Treat your tastebuds and learn more on our Why Seaweed page.

Seaweed! Yep. Seaweed is a vegetable.

Nope. Not when you're talking seaweed. "gim" in Korean means "seaweed". gimme means "MORE seaweed"!

Seaweed farmers!

Nutrient rich seawater, cold temperatures, and enough sunlight to drive photosynthesis. Visit our About Us page to see how we grow our seaweed!

Sweet, bitter, sour, salty, and umami. (Umami is the flavor of - you guessed it - seaweed!)