New Seaweed Crisps from Abakus Foods

New Seaweed Crisps from Abakus Foods

London-based snack company Abakus Foods has introduced its new range of Seaweed Crisps.

Made of seaweed harvested from the deep blue seas of South Korea, the crisps are coated with a thin layer of crunchy tapioca to create extra crunch. Available in three flavours – Lightly Salted, Salt & Vinegar, and Cheese Flavour – the crisps are made without any additives, and are gluten-free, vegan, with around 100 calories per bag.

Seaweed is known for its vitamin and mineral content, and is a source of iodine which helps support cognitive function and functioning of the nervous system. Tapioca, extracted from the roots of the cassava plant, is a “resistant starch” which feeds the friendly gut-bacteria to the gut, thereby reducing inflammation and increasing fullness.

The brand is part of the 1% For The Planet Program, with 1% of sales going towards charities in support of environmental causes.

Helen Wang, Abakus Foods’ founder and director said: “We created this range out of our love for the nutritious seaweed. Feedback has been amazing and people keep coming back for more. Being a natural foods brand, we embrace the wholesome, delicious, and nutritious foods that nature provides us with.

“We are honoured to be collaborating with 1% For The Planet Program to give back to the planet and donate 1% of sales to environmental causes. We are super excited to be finally sharing them with you”.

The Seaweed Crisps have an RRP of £1.29 per bag and are available from

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