Dried Seaweed Purple Laver for Sushi/Onigiri/Snacks/Soup
Dried laver seaweed sheet's specification
Product type: laver seaweed
Place of origin:Fujian China(mainland)
Shelf life:18 months
Delivery details:7-15 days
Anti-cyclic blood acid>10000mg/kg
Laver seaweed is the marine red algae, marine plants processed. Has a very high value of food and feed. Incomparable land plants containing iodine, potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, zinc and other mineral elements. Rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, C, amino acids, proteins, such as algin acid and mannitol.
1. Laver seaweed is commonly used as a wrap for sushi and onigiri. It is also a common garnish in noodle preparation.
2. Laver seaweed is natural seaweed that is roasted or dried, and it is actually a human food consumption item used in oriental cooking. In particular, the roasted type is most often used as wrappers for making rolled sushi, while the dried type may be used for this purp ose as well as making seaweed soup and rice balls.
Packaging & Shipping
Dried laver seaweed sheet's packing: 10kg per pvc bag, ensure the product safety during transportation and storage; pressed into 10kgs N.W. per bag(10.2kgs G.W.), ensure the loading quantity of each container ; blank package, no print, customer's label could be attached.
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Fuzhou Wonderful Biological Technology Co., Ltd. is a private enterprise engaged in the research and development of seaweed processing. Our products have been sold to Southeast Asia, North America and Europe. Our mission is to gain a continuously competitive advantage by providing our customers with high-quality products and services. We give priority to the principle of "Customers Foremost and Service First". All of our dried laver seaweed sheetare unpolluted, from non-polluted beatiful coastal city-Xiapu, Fujian, which is well known as"the hometown of laver seaweed".