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Bladderwrack (Powder)

Bladderwrack was the first source of commercial iodine. The powdered form may be combined with dried garlic, onion and other herbs and spices and sprinkled in soups and other foods as a flavorful salt alternative.
Also Known As bladder wrack, lady wrack, sea ware, bladder wrack rockweed, kelp, seawrack, kelpware, black-tang, bladder fucus, cutweed, seaweed, sea oak, black tany, cutweed, fucus sea-wrack, kelp-ware, black-tang, quercus marina, cutweed, bladder fucus, fucus vesiculeux, blasentang, seetang, and meeriche
SKU 1814

Certifications

Gluten Free No
Kosher Yes
Organic No

Ordering & Availability

Minimum Order Quantity 100 lbs

Properties

Application cosmetic - Powdered bladderwrack is used in various cosmetic formulations for skin and hair.culinary - Add directly to foods during cooking.safety - Consult your health care practitioner before using if you have a thyroid disorder.
Country of Origin United States

Regulatory & Compliance

Allergens Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Eggs, Milk, Wheat, Soy, Fish, Crustacean, Sesame Seeds (Canada), Mustard (Canada)

Storage & Packaging

Pack Sizes 1/4 pound, 1 pound
Storage Instructions Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.