Also known as makombu or sugar kelp. Plant with a single leaf, green, broad, long and thick, similar to leather, but smooth.


  • Omega-3 and Omega-6.
  • Very high in sugar, bromine and potassium.
  • High in protein, mannitol, iodine, phosphorus and calcium.
  • Contains vitamins: A, B1, B2, A and C.
  • Sodium, iron, nickel, selenium, nitrogen, magnesium, glutamic acid, etc.
  • Flavor: like Sagarame; salty at first which is transformed into sweet by mannitol.
  • Delicate texture, but consistent due to its alginate concentration.
  • It naturally contains monosodium glutamate, which is a flavor amplifier (UMAMI).
  • It has an aftertaste of carrot and chard stalk.
  • Uses: snacks, for bottoms in broths, cured, cured meats, salads, soups, stews, among others.
  • Seaweed cultivated and harvested directly from the coasts of Baja California Mexico.
Bag 50 gr

Bag 50 gr

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