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An idea comes of age

Seagreens® products make it easy for anyone to include the best seaweed in their everyday food. That's it! That's what Seagreens is about.

Seagreens Consumer Products can be used as food ingredients or condiments, in vegetables and salad, as a tonic or tea, in juices or smoothies and as natural remedies.

To achieve its goal, Seagreens had first to pioneer the production of wild seaweeds for human consumption.

The process began in 1997 in Arctic Lapland through an Anglo-Scandinavian joint venture. 12 years later Seagreens began harvesting in the British Isles.

The result was Hebridean Seagreens Ltd, an Anglo-Scottish joint venture.

Today Seagreens is Europe's leading human food seaweed brand with award-winning production in the British Isles and the Nordic region.

There is a research Foundation in Edinburgh and London, and worldwide distribution of Seagreens Certified Ingredients.

Seagreens began a programme of original food and health research in 2007.

In 2011 the UK's strategic partnership of seven Research Councils (RCUK) identified Seagreens work on salt replacement in everyday foods as one of Britain's leading "Big Ideas For The Future".

Click here to listen to Seaweed, a Forgotten Food? in which Sheila Dillon interviews Seagreens' founder, Simon Ranger for BBC Radio 4.

Seagreens' iconic green jars for consumers are its 'core products' - 100% Seagreens seaweed and nothing else.

New, award-winning products like The Mineral Salt are 'stand alone' brands produced by Seagreens or its Brand Partners.

Brand Partners manufacturer their own products using Seagreens Certified Ingredients. Seagreens has Brand Partners in more than six countries.

If you are interested in Seagreens you are a stakeholder and part of the Seagreens business.

Many stakeholders play an active role in its development and the aim is broad co-ownership.

If you have questions about any aspect of Seagreens, please contact Seagreens® Information Service.

Before you go, please click here to dive beneath the waves in this lovely video.