We produce and wholesale seaweed in bulk (B2B)
Seaweed Solutions is an experienced seaweed farming company and supplier of seaweed raw material to the food industry and other markets.
Our flagship farm is one of Europe's largest seaweed farms, located off the island of Frøya in Norway. Here, the North Atlantic Current meets the Norwegian coast, bringing cold, clean and nutritious water to the surface, creating perfect growing conditions.
We supply the highest quality seaweed in bulk including sugar kelp (kombu), winged kelp (wakame) as well as other species tailored to your needs. Get in touch to talk about how our seaweed can bring benefits to your products!
Scalable and reliable seaweed supplier
We have control over the whole value chain, from seed to packaged seaweed. Our concessions cover 65 hectares, providing space for more than 3,000 tons of fresh biomass production and we are ready to expand further. In addition to our in-house production we also source seaweed from a network of farming partners, providing flexibility and security of supply.
Quality control and certification
With our HACCP quality control system we offer safe, clean seaweed approved for food consumption. We have organic certification in place for all our products. With ten years of R&D we also have extensive data on the chemical composition of our seaweed.
High quality, flexible format
Our two main cultivated species are Saccharina latissima (sugar kelp or European kombu) and Alaria esculenta (winged kelp or European wakame / Atlantic wakame) and we farm other species on demand. We offer a range of processing formats including frozen, blanched, dried and other formats upon request. We tailor the product to your needs. Contact us to learn more!
Seaweeds are a great natural source of iodine. According to the Nordic Nutrition Recommendations (2016) 50% of newborns in Europe and 85% of vegans are deficient in iodine. Seaweeds can help counter this health issue, as well as being nutritious and delicious. In species with high iodine content, further processing techniques such as blanching can reduce levels by over 90% to safe limits.