As you wander our aisles on your next shopping trip, we hope you’ll add something new to your shopping basket – a chip that’s tasty enough for the snack aisle, yet healthy enough for the produce aisle.
Ocean’s Halo Seaweed Chips are the first chip on the market that can claim seaweed as its primary ingredient. Seaweed, as you may know, is a superfood ingredient that’s trending big at the moment, and for good reason: it’s chock-full of vitamins and minerals, low in fat, and high in protein. Made from only sustainably grown seaweed and other natural, real ingredients, Ocean’s Halo Seaweed Chips are baked, taste great and contain not GMOs, trans fats, MSG or artificial anything. They’re available in four gluten-free flavors: Chili Lime, Sea Salt, Korean BBQ and Hot & Spicy. (Coming soon are Sweet Onion and Texas BBQ!)
Keep reading to learn more about Ocean’s Halo!
The first totally delicious crispy, crunchy chip made from sustainably harvested and nutrient-rich seaweed, Ocean’s Halo Seaweed Chips is the first product from New Frontier Foods Inc. The Bay Area-based natural foods company was founded locally in Burlingame by four dads, all former tech and finance professionals. The founders originally experimented with baking the chip in their home kitchens, but some outside help fro food pros helped the four dads hone the crunch, nutrition and taste of their seaweed chips. After many, many versions of the chips, the founders of Ocean’s Halo can proudly report they’ve come up with the perfect formula for a healthy, nutritious and delicious seaweed chip that both they and their kids (and likely you and your kids!) will crave.
Besides the great nutritional value and yumminess of these chips, they’re also a great choice for the planet as well. Grown on sustainably seaweed farms, the seaweed used in Ocean’s Halo Seaweed Chips requires no irrigation, deforestation or fertilizer. And, they’re sold in compostable bags. The company also donates two percent of its profits to organizations that are fighting for the health of our oceans so that the next generation – and the next – can enjoy the bounty and beauty they have to offer.