Kelp has been eaten by various peoples in different parts of the world for thousands of years.
In Asia it was used as food and medicine as far back as 3,000 BCE, where it was used to treat
uterine problems, genital tract disorders and kidney, bladder and prostate problems. Kelp has
been a staple food of Icelanders for centuries and was used by the Ancient Greeks to feed their
cattle. In Hawaii, the ancient nobles grew gardens of edible seaweed where it was highly prized
as a nutritious food stuff – they seldom ate a meal that did not contain some kind of seaweed.
Certification:BCS, BRC, Ceres, ECOCERT, EEC, FDA, GAP, GMP, HACCP, HALAL, IFS, IMO, ISO, JAS, JONA, KOSHER, NOP, OCIA, OMIC, QAI, QS
Place of Origin:China
Packaging Detail: 15kgs bag in carton or as per buyer's requirements