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These Sea Veggies are harvested by hand from the wild outer coast waters of Baranof Island, Alaska. Indigenous People all over the world have consumed Sea Vegetables (seaweed) for millennia. Eaten fresh or dried they provide abundant amino acids, iodine, calcium, iron and other vitamins and minerals. Bladderwrack is a popular medicinal seaweed used to treat low thyroid function, edema, high blood pressure and for its detoxifying properties. Popular in popcorn, crubled on salads and on its own as a crunchy snack, be crative and enjoy!