Maine Coast Organic Sea Seasonings - Dulse Granules - 1.5 oz Shaker
Low sodium Dulse Granules are presented in a sprinkle-on Sea Seasonings 1.5 oz shaker. A convenient way to get your sea veggies in the kitchen, at the table, or on the road. Sprinkle on soups, salads, tofu, pasta, stir-fries, dressings, dips, sauces, breads, tabouli, and get the nutritional benefits of sea veggies and skip the table salt. An especially rich source of iron, potassium, iodine, Vitamin B-6, Riboflavin, and dietary fiber, Dulse provides a complete array of minerals, trace elements, enzymes, and phytochemicals, as well as some high quality vegetable protein. Dulse Granules provide the same outstanding nutrition and good taste as our whole leaf dulse, and at less cost per ounce. They are made from selected Dulse which grows in well-protected coastal passages, is easier to harvest and gives higher yields. The dulse is sustainably harvested, low temperature dried, Certified Organic by OCIA and a Raw Food. We also voluntarily test for heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides, PCB's, fuel oil and microbiological contaminants. Buy our BULK bags to refill your Dulse Granules Sea Seasonings Shakers! Certified Organic by OCIA, and a Raw Food
IngredientsIngredients include dulse (Palmaria palmata) granules. Sea Seasonings Nutritional Chart ND = Not Detected N/A = Not Tested Serving Size: 1 tsp / 2 g US RDA Protein 0 g 50 g Total Fat 0 g 65 g Total Carbohydrates < 1 g 300 g Fiber < 1 g 25 g Calories 5 cal 2000 cal Calcium 10 mg 1000 mg Magnesium 6 mg 400 mg Potassium 130 mg 3500 mg Iodine 490 �g 150 �g Iron 1 mg 18 mg Sodium 35 mg 2400 mg Vitamin A 13 IU 2.0 mg Please remember that the statistics in these charts have only relative significance. Sea vegetables are wild marine plants, and specific laboratory analysis may vary due to naturally occurring fluctuations in the plants. These fluctuations may be due to time of year, tidal flows, weather patterns, and other factors. We believe the whole plants provide more than the sum of their parts. Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) are determined by the National Academy of Sciences as guidelines to meet the nutritional requirements for healthy individuals in the USA. Views on the validity of these guidelines cover a wide spectrum. Nutritional assays are performed or coordinated by Katahdin Analytical Services in Scarborough, Maine.