The future of savvy snacking
Anyone into wellness wants to know the top food trends. Well, one thing continues to dominate top 10 lists: seaweed snacks. And that’s no surprise. Take itsu crispy seaweed thins. Not only are they delicious, but they’re also incredibly nutritious. Indeed, if you’ve already enjoyed the range – which includes sea salt, sweet soy & sea salt and wasabi flavours – you’ll know how moreish they are.
They’re naturally packed with essential nutrients, such as zinc, iron and vitamin B and what’s more, they contain iodine, a nutrient missing from most foods, and vital for both wellbeing and an effective metabolism.
NEAT WAY TO EAT
The Japanese have mastered the art of healthy eating over thousands of years, and seaweed remains a culinary staple. It’s held in high regard and was even used to heal wounds as it was believed it soothed skin and prevented infection.
These days in Japan, it’s eaten with almost every meal, and the craze is spreading worldwide. If you’ve never enjoyed seaweed before, itsu seaweed is a great place to start. After being harvested from the sea, the seaweed is sprinkled with a pinch of salt (or seasoning) and then roasted twice to ensure the thins are crispy.
SNACK IN A BAG
You can enjoy the taste of itsu crispy seaweed thins at home or on the move – the small handy packs are the perfect fit for your gym bag or handbag. And, at less than 24 calories per pack, it’s a light yet nutritious bite that you can enjoy alongside or in-between meals. Full of goodness, low in calories and mouth-wateringly good! itsu crispy seaweed thins contain no nasties, plus they’re dairy-free, gluten-free and suitable for vegans. In fact, simply talking about them is making us hungry…
“It’s rare to find a food that’s both convenient and healthy. Whenever we fancy something crispy or salty, many reach for crisps. itsu crispy seaweed thins can satisfy a hankering for salt and also offer a host of nutrients” – Fiona Lawson, qualified Nutritional Therapist.
itsu crispy seaweed thins (RRP £1 for single packs and £1.99 for multipacks) are available at Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose