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Seagreens® ingredients are the finest in their category, the result of two decades pioneering production and scientific study. 

We support product development with unparalled know-how, and work with many intermediaries - contract manufacturers, ingredient and product development consultants and nutritionists. 

Our customers use Seagreens functionally, for example to reduce salt, improve natural shelf life, or for flavour and texture.

But mostly to enhance the nutritional value of supplements, smoothies, special diet foods, ready meals, soups, teas and tonics.

For 20 years, Seagreens® have proved effective in nutritional therapy, in a range of diseases and health conditions, the subject of award-winning research.

This, and our work with regulatory authorities, contnues to broaden the range of approved and pending health and functional claims for Seagreens® ingredients.

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You will find presentations for general management, QA professionals, and NPD.

Then please give us a call, and involve us in your proposed application as early as possible.

Of course we want to sell bags of seaweed, but above all we want to deliver value in our relationships, which most often begins with a chat.

"Britain's first organic ocean-to-table seaweed producer"
- The Times, October 2005

We led the field then, and for good reasons, we still do.

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Seagreens Quality Assurance: a short presentation


Download : Der Speigel 1955 article with English translation (pdf)

An article published in 1955 in the magazine "Der Spiegel" (in German) has come to light. The article is about a German man in the 50's importing seaweed from Norway and selling it to bakeries for use in bread making. Mr Lienau wanted to make seaweed usable for nutrition in Germany.

Video: Seagreens promotes its ingredients in its customers' products...