The earliest appearance in Western documents is probably in Nippo Jisho (1603), as Vacame.
In 1867 the word "wakame" appeared in an English-language publication, A Japanese and English Dictionary, by James C. Hepburn.
Starting in the 1960s, the word "wakame" started to be used widely in the United States, and the product (imported in dried form from Japan) became widely available at natural food stores and Asian-American grocery stores, due to the influence of the macrobiotic movement, and in the 1970s with the growing number of Japanese restaurants and sushi bars.
Type: Frozen Food
Package: Vaccum Bag
Usage: Home Cooking and Restaurant
Storage: Keep Frozen at -18 °c
Brand Name: Zhanjia
Raw Material: Seaweed Salad
Shef Life: 24 Months
Taste: Sour or Sweet
MOQ: 1 Ton