The Telegraph reviews our Sea Spaghetti here as part of our launch on the website Natreco. Sounds like an unruly octopus (we love this!) but is in fact seaweed harvested from the Atlantic and transformed into pasta-like ribbons, rich in protein and iodine and only 178 calories per 100g
A great mention from Choice Magazine, focusing on the pasta replacement potential for Sea Spaghetti – high in nutrients and low in calories. “Atlantic Kitchen’s ‘Sea Spaghetti’ is unlike ordinary pasta – it’s made from all-natural seaweed harvested from the Atlantic
This Sunday, 1st November, The Dish which is the monthly food magazine with the Sunday Times published an in-depth article about seaweed and its’ benefits, how to eat seaweed and what to be careful of when eating brown seaweeds (eg kelp, such as we use in the stock for our Bowls).
The Evening Standard published an article on 5th October ‘Goodbye kale, hello seaweed’ (something we’ve been saying for ages!) and online titled ‘Seaweed spaghetti is the hot new superfood loved by Jamie Oliver and Heston Blumenthal'