Seaweed is a general term that refers to various species of marine algae, which are simple, non-vascular plants that grow in saltwater. These multicellular organisms come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and colors, and they play crucial roles in marine ecosystems. Seaweed can be classified into three main groups based on color: green (ie. sea lettuce), brown (ie. sugar kelp), and red algae (ie. dulse).
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Sugar kelp and sea lettuce. We are the first company in Europe to successfully farm sea lettuce at scale in the ocean. Thanks to the Ulva EU Project.
We have three hubs: Our HQ is based in Gothenburg Sweden, our lab is located at Tjärnö Marine laboratory and our processing facilities are located in Dingle. Our ocean farm is located 30min with boat outside of Grebbestad on the Swedish west coast.
Our farm sequesters 145 kg CO2e/ton.
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Yes, we sell our seaweed world wide. Just contact us to request a sample or place an order.