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Dulse Leaf

+ Wild, raw and hand harvested

+ Mineral and iodine rich

+ Sourced from the pristine Atlantic waters


Wild harvested from the cold pristine waters of the North Atlantic, Power Super Foods raw organic Dulse Leaf is a nutrient dense red seaweed that grows in remote intertidal zones. This immaculate environment ensures this nutritious sea vegetable is free from impurities and contaminants.

As a result of the low temperature drying, occasionally you might see white sea salt intertwined in the rich reddish curls of dulse's beautiful leaves. This natural salty residue adds depth of flavour to this wild sea vegetable.

Good for you, good for the planet
Dulse Leaf provides a delicious source of vitamins and minerals including iodine, iron and potassium. Iodine is essential for the production of normal thyroid hormones and energy metabolism and iron is necessary for normal immune system function and oxygen transport throughout the body.

Seaweed does not require fresh water, soil or fertiliser to grow. It is fast growing, nutrient dense, removes CO2, absorbs oxygen and supports coastal communities. Our dulse is sustainably hand selected from the wild by certified organic, small-scale harvesters, then air dried at low temperatures. These practices ensure minimal environmental impact and promote the sustainable supply of sea vegetable

Certified Organic Dulse seaweed leaf (Palmaria palmata).

Dried not fried our dulse leaf are raw and wild. Hand harvested from the pristine waters of the north Atlantic they are then gently dried at low temperatures to retain nutrients. Tested for microbes, heavy metals and other contaminants, our seaweeds also pass a series of rigid third party protocols to be classified as Australian certified organic. Our seaweeds grow in remote seas away from cities and associated pollution and are hand harvested sustainably and responsibly by experienced foragers.

The white powder you can occasionally see on the leaves is not mould but naturally occurring sea salt precipitate and dried glutamine left behind after drying, which adds to the tastiness of this delicious sea vegetable. Due to their wild origins and minimal processing seaweeds are also subject to dry sea organisms left behind on the leaves, which can also be left or gently brushed off.