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Nutritious Seaweed - an industry in the making

The journal of the Biodynamic Association published an article about Seagreens® in August 2018 to commemorate its 20th Anniversary.

NFS Applicant Member Presentation for website v5

This short presentation explains why and how to certify your seaweed, or the seaweed in your product, to the world's highest quality standard. If you'd like to know more, please call or email the Foundation.

NFS Applicant Member Presentation for website v5

This short presentation introduces the first quality standard in the world developed specifically for seaweed production - in the interests of consumers and producers.

If you'd like to discuss certification please call the NFS team: 
in the British Isles call 07957 432272 or from overseas +44 1444 400403 or email post@seaweedhealthfoundation.co.uk.

NFS Presentation for website v5

This short presentation shows why and how to certify your seaweed or the seaweed ingredient in your product to the world's highest quality standard. If you'd like to know more please call or email the NFS Team at the Foundation.

SHF Edinburgh Event September 2017

The Foundation's 5th public event at the kind invitation of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh.

Where to find dinner in Tarbert, Argyll

Where to find dinner in Tarbert, Argyll, Scotland - September 2017

- courtesy of Seagreens Trust

3 wild Wrack Scotland 2015

BBC Radio 4 Farming Today Sep 2016

A new seaweed standard, designed to help seaweed producers access world markets, and consumers to assess the nutritional quality of the seaweeds.

Schwarzbrot aus dem Meer

An article from 1955 published in the magazine “Der Spiegel” (in German with English translation at bottom).

The article is about a German man in the 50's - see the picture – importing seaweed from Norway and sold it to bakeries for use in bread making.

Mr Lienau wanted to make seaweed usable for nutrition in Germany.

Clovelly Seaweed Festival 2016

The annual Clovelly Seaweed Festival, held in Clovelly village, Devon.

BBC Radio 4 Food Programme May 2015

Salt, Pepper... and Seaweed?

Highly regarded for its health benefits, people living by the shore have been eating seaweed for millennia. In Ireland, it was part of a prehistoric diet, and taken to ward off illness. In New Zealand, seaweed was a Maori delicacy. In Iceland, it was served daily, dried with fish, butter and bread. And seaweeds in many forms continue to be a major part of day to day cooking in China, Japan and Korea.

You and Yours - Radio 4

You and Yours feature the bourgeoning seaweed industry.