Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) is a type of seaweed also called seawrack and rockweed. It is a member of the Fucaceae family, a genus of brown algae found on rocky seashores in the temperate areas of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. This seaweed was named “Bladderwrack” because it has little air filled bladders which keep it in the upright position and closer to the surface of the ocean.
• 1-3 tsp of Bladderwrack Granules can be added to smoothies and juices.
• You can add 1-2 tsp of Bladderwrack to hot or cold water.
• It can also be used in cooking, add it to soups, stews or pulses.
• Also used as a salt alternative as its special taste resembles the sea.
Energy kcals 270
Energy kj 1129
Total Fat 3.0g
Of which saturates - 1.0g
Of which sugars 0.0g