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What kind of food products does the collaboration of "seaweed" and "microalgae" produce?
It is an easy way to consume nutrients that are often lacking, such as dietary fiber, essential minerals, amino acids, iron, and vitamins.
Seasoning consists only of basic seasonings and no additives or preservatives are used.
It has a low allergy factor and can be combined with popular nuts for flavor variations.
As chips that have a different blue flavor than the usual black seaweed, they are visually pleasing.
It can easily be served as a snack or between meals.
These products address environmental issues on land and sea.
\ This is how the "power of algae" enriches our lives./
This is how the "power of algae"
enriches our lives.
Nori is the soul food of the Japanese people. Many people probably enjoy nori alone as a snack or nibble. Nori is seaweed, so it is a type of algae. A project has been started to collaborate with such seaweed and microalgae to create crispy, easy-to-eat "algae chips. Let's call it "algae oyakodon" or "algae oyakodon". It is sure to be a perfect match. By supporting Japan's seaweed industry, we will protect, cultivate, and increase the amount of seaweed in the sea, preventing desertification on land with microalgae and in the sea with seaweed. Several flavors are envisioned. We would like to promote the goodness of Japanese seaweed and algae not only to the Japanese but also to the rest of the world.
A combination of the absolute best of the best. Seaweed and algae! There's no doubt that they go great together.
And since the raw materials are almost exclusively seaweed and algae, it is safe, healthy, and environmentally friendly.
If realized, how much carbon dioxide can be fixed with a single sheet of this material? (*Carbon dioxide fixation: plants and microorganisms produce oxygen through photosynthesis and fix CO2 into organic matter, thereby reducing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.)
The image of algae eating carbon dioxide taken in from the air comes to mind.
With the recent spread of Japanese sushi, more and more people overseas are eating nori as if it were candy.
We want to prevent desertification of the land with algae and also prevent desertification of the sea by supporting the seaweed industry. Not to mention the nutritional value it provides, not to mention the nuts we'd add to make these chips addictive and delicious!