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and connection to the natural world
Welcome! We've been passionate suppliers of ethically sourced, delicious, nourishing and cleansing seaweeds for nearly 20 years.
Better, tastier natural foods, just as nature intended, delivered to your door in easy to use formats!
What's on offer this month?
In July, when you buy one of the large seaweed bags, you will receive a free 10g sea lettuce flakes on us! (T&C apply).
Visit our specials page to see our other offers.
Seaweed is densely nutritious, cleansing, and balancing. It adds unique umami flavours, wonderful texture and visual appeal to any meal or snack.
Even a small addition of sea vegetables into your daily meals can have a big impact! Seaweed’s status as a 'vegan superfood' grows daily, as does awareness of the remarkable role it plays in our planet’s health.
Pacific Harvest has supplied New Zealand with high quality, dried edible seaweeds, all sustainably harvested and tested for contaminants, for over 18 years. We're passionate about seaweed and hope to inspire significant change which will positively impact the health of both people and our planet.
Three Easy Ways to Incorporate Edible Seaweeds
Discover the benefits of seaweed
Moist, chewy with interesting flavours, these sea spaghetti cookies are sure to delight.
Vegan stew inspired by a Brazilian seafood recipe. Wakame Seaweed is part of the secret in creating this uniquely flavourful dish.
Karengo seaweed adds unique flavour to this Japanese style eggplant recipe.
This vegan recipe for creme brulee by Mei Yee uses Agar, a seaweed extract as it’s secret ingredient!
This nutritious, tasty omelette is brought to life with a bit of sugar kelp magic.
Alaria seaweed is very similar to wakame and is delicious in this tomato soup
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Latest Seaweed Events from our Facebook Page
We create/participate in a variety of events throughout New Zealand – Shows, Demos, Talks, Workshops and Tastings - where you have the opportunity to sample our seaweeds, see how to use them and learn how they benefit your health.
We post about our activities on Facebook, in the ‘event section’ and it is the best way to find out consistently where & when seaweed events are happening.