View Full Version : Bulk Seaweed online?
07-18-2007, 05:26 PM
Does anyone have any source of bulk seaweed that they'd be willing to share? I tried to do some searching on Yahoo, but to no avail.
I'm just looking for large-ish amounts of dried kombu, wakame, nori etc. as it keeps for quite long amounts of time, and I don't like paying 5 dollars for 10 sheets of nori at my grocery store -_-
07-18-2007, 06:22 PM
Nori you can get from Alissa in 50-sheet packs (2.5 g/sheet, but I weighed them at 2.9). For others, try Maine Coast Sea Vegetables. I might buy a big pack of alaria some time.
Nurse in the Raw
08-01-2007, 11:50 PM
I just bought 100 sheets of Nori for 38.00 from NaturalZing.
try www.pacificbotanicals.com they have seaweeds and even sell wheat grass juice powder and wheat grass powder.
This is an old thread... but I thought I would share... I just got some "alaria," from Maine Coast Sea Vegetables. I bought it at the local HFS, and I liked it so much I looked up their web site. It's www.seaveg.com. :)
06-18-2009, 03:20 AM
I know that www.FloridaHerbHouse.com and www.SharpWebLabs.com who are both owned by the same company has made me good deals on bulk sizes. You need to send them an email and ask for a discount for larger orders.
06-18-2009, 05:57 AM
www.dimondhealth.com 100 sheets Nori for $28 and free shipping. Sometimes get Dulse & Arame too.
06-18-2009, 06:26 AM
just realized how old this thread is. :o
10-08-2009, 03:03 AM
We get the best quality seaweed from www.SharpWebLabs.com. Every time we order the quality is better than any other online company we have tried. The seaweed seems more vibrant and robust if you will. We frequently purchase arame, kelp, wakame, sea crunchies, dulse, and bladderwrack for our 5 restaraunts here in Chicago. If you have a problem then it gets fixed asap and they will give discounts on larger orders $150+.
10-08-2009, 03:05 AM
Forgot to mention they also own www.FloridaHerbHouse.com and have a walk in herb shop in Daytona Beach, FL that we visited while in the area. It was small but very impressive. I guess they have a huge cooler at their farm also for many of the herbs and seaweeds.
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