Soup Seasoning Essentials Bundle (Power of Three Flakes 18g, Garlic Kelp 45g, Chilli Seaweed Seasoning 50g)


In this NEW soup seasoning essentials bundle you will receive three nutritious seaweed seasonings which are supber additions to a hearty, winter soup or stew. You can purchase these individually – Power of three 18g, Garlic Kelp 45g, Chilli Seaweed Seasoning 50g or in this bundle pack and save 10%!

These seaweeds lend themselves very well to hearty, immunity building and delicious soups, full of umami flavour. They are pantry staples when you are thinking about soup – each of these has a wonderful place in every self respecting soup recipe!  Check our recipe section for inspiration!

All of these seaweeds are wild harvested, and air dried naturally to preserve nutrients, then tested for contaminants according to the Australia New Zealand food code.

Note: Apologies this bundle offer is not available to our valued wholesale customers shopping on our website.


Soup Seasoning Essentials Bundle
Soup Seasoning Essentials Bundle (Power of Three Flakes 18g, Garlic Kelp 45g, Chilli Seaweed Seasoning 50g) US$10.24
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  • High in nutrients
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excellent source of iodine gluten free low fat gm free plant based

This soup seasoning essentials bundle contains:  Power of Three Flakes 18g + Garlic Kelp 45g + Chilli Seaweed Seasoning 50g.  All three seaweed seasoning products are tested for contaminants in accordance with the ANZ Food Code. Power of Three contains a blend of Sugar Kelp, Atlantic Dulse and Sea Lettuce (all wild harvested in Europe and packed in NZ), Garlic Kelp contains NZ harvested kelp which is blended with other natural ingredients and packed in NZ and Chilli Seaweed seasoning contains a blend of NZ kelp and Sea lettuce and Nori which are sustainably harvested overseas and blended and packe in NZ.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Seal securely once opened.

Allergens: MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF: Crustacea, Fish (molluscs).

Warning: Contains naturally occurring iodine. Excessive consumption may exceed recommended daily dietary intakes which could have adverse effects.
Wild harvested. Check for detritus.

How to use these seaweeds

Power of Three, 18gsprinkle as an alternative to dried or fresh herbs during cooking or afterwards as a garnish to bring a boost of nutrients and flavour as well as a pop of colour to your plate. Also available as a refill – 80g pack.

Garlic Kelp, 45g – use at the start of during cooking of soups and stews for a boost of iodine and other nutrients. Kelp is regarded as the best naturally occuring source of iodine. This is an excellent alternative to salt if you are following a low sodium diet and can be used in lots of different ways – not just in soups and stews! Check out the refill pack here which comes in 250g.

Chilli Seaweed & Sesame Seasoning 50g – our favourite way to use this product is as a garnish just before serving your soup. Add nutrients, flavour and colour to your plate. It comes in garlic and citrus if you are serving a more zesty soup, and all of these are also available in our refill pack sizes of 250g.

3 Pack Bundle includes: 1 x Power of Three 18g (Atlantic Dulse, Sugar Kelp and Sea Lettuce) – 100% raw seaweed flakes + 1 x Garlic Kelp 45g (100% New Zealand harvested sea kelp, blended with natural flavours in New Zealand) + Chilli Seaweed & Sesame Seasoning (Nori, Sea Lettuce and NZ Kelp raw seaweed flakes + natural flavours + sesame seeds). Please see individual nutritional panels for full nutritional breakdown.

Why Add Seaweed to Soup?

Why add seaweed seasoning to your soup?

Seaweeds offer the original source of umami flavour without the need for adding chemicall enhanced seasoning. You will note on the frond of a dried wild harvested seaweed, that a fine white fluffy powder rises to the surface of the frond as it dries. This is glutamine, an amino acid which is naturally occuring in seaweed and is the source of umami flavour. The Japanese scientist who invented MSG was trying to replicate this powder in his lab when he created this chemical version.  Read more in this blog article to understand the role seaweeds play in Umami flavour.

Seaweeds are naturally rich in a range of minerals and trace elements, many of which are unandant in the ocean but depleted in our soils. When you add seaweed, you add a salty flavour but with less sodium and higher mineral content so this is a fabulous alternative for those on a low sodium diet.

In summary, we are fans of adding nutrients naturally, through whole food sources, rather than taking supplements or using chemically enhanced seasonings. When you embrace seaweed as a seasoning alternative, you get a boost of nutrients (many of which are not present in land plants, and certainly not in the conentrated amounts that seaweeds offer) PLUS a wonderful umami flavour.

Check out our other seaweed leaf bundles which are amazing for soups and stews and should be pantry staples through the winter months especially – the large bundle or small bundle pack (Contains sea spaghetti, kombu strips and wild wakame).


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Martin Pavey
Great and versatile seasoning

Excellent flavours, so different from "typical" seasoning, tastes wonderful, suits a huge range of dishes.

Thank you so much for your feedback. We agree - a surprising number of applications and the umami kick is suprising!!

Glenda McLean

Soup Seasoning Essentials Bundle (Power of Three Flakes 18g, Garlic Kelp 45g, Chilli Seaweed Seasoning 50g)