Nori Seaweed (Raw, Gluten Free, Ethically Harvested)

Sale price$6.00 USD

Nutritious Nori seaweed is probably the most popular edible seaweed eaten in the world. It's the seaweed normally made to make sushi but can be used in so many other ways. 

When it's offered in a nori 'sheet' form, it has been made into a paste, rolled and either fried or baked, which reduces the mineral density naturally in the seaweed. Our nori is all offered in a raw, unprocessed format and each serve offers a good source of Iodine. Read more about why this is the best way to eat nori seaweed here.

Nori's flavour can change, depending on how you use it. The natural colour of unprocessed nori is purply brown and it has a cellophane-like texture.

Read about how we test our seaweeds for contaminants.

We offer Nori in flake format. It is available in a reusable 15g jar or 60g refill box

Scroll down to learn more about Nori seaweed and for recipe inspiration.

Material: Nori Flakes
Size: 15g

Scroll down to see how nori changes colour and texture when rehydarated.

Ingredients: Nori Wild fronds (Porphyra columbina) 100%.

Nori Wild Flakes (Porphyra umbilicalis) 100%.

Country of origin:

Nori Wild Fronds: Harvested and dried in South America. Hand packed in New Zealand.

Nori Wild Flakes - Harvested and dried in EU.

Storage:  Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Seal securely once opened – seaweeds are hygroscopic which means they will absorb moisture from the atmosphere around them

About Nori Seaweed

Why is it best to eat Nori raw, not in deep fried sheets?

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Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Diane B.
Nori fronds an essential

I have used Nori fronds for years as a flexible addition to a wide variety of dishes - that extra zing and texture. Since buying from Pacific Harvest online I have tried several other products. That is fun, but Nori fronds remain my essential.

jeremy lynam smith

yeah, real nice.

Sue Midford
Nori seaweed

I love that they have no additives and are providing me( ( plant based diet) with a good amount of vitamin b12. Snack on them everyday.

Dani Hurren


Thanks for clarifying by email that it was the taste of the seaweed that was not to your liking and not our service! Hopefully some of the ideas we provided (copied below) provide inspiration on other ways you can use Nori, the 'sushi seaweed'.
Nori is the seaweed that makes up sushi. Did you eat it raw or use it in a meal?
Of all the seaweeds the flavour of nori seems to be most diverse – for example, if you put it into a tomato based sauce it will take on an ‘anchovy’ like flavour, whereas if you roast (always on a low heat) it the flavour will diminish and take on more nutty tones. It offers the highest source of protein of all the seaweeds and an excellent source of iodine and good vitamin B12 too.
I hope something in the above will help you find a way to use it so it doesn’t go to waste. I just chop it into things I am cooking for the nutrients and find this also evolves the flavour each time!
Thank you for taking time to provide us with your feedback!

Michael James
Pacific Harvest Nori Fronds are excellent quality and delicious

Delightful Nori. Flavourful and fresh.
I've placed it into a Fido (rubber sealed locking glass jar) to keep it airtight fresh.
I have used these Nori fronds in onigiri and
put them on top of brown rice, with avocado, toasted
sesame seeds, sushi ginger, wasabi and soy sauce -
basically a giant sushi in a bowl. Pleased with the
service and support from Pacific Harvest.

Thank you for letting us know how you use it! Keep your seaweeds in the panty too, away from direct sunlight as they are light sensitive and this will help them to retain their colour. :)

Pacific Harvest reduced plasticPacific Harvest hand harvesting wakame seaweed in New Zealand

Company benefits

How our seaweeds are harvested

We only work with ethically minded harvesers who either farm seaweed sustainably, or employ regenerative harvesting practices

Reduced plastic

Seaweed is challenging to pack as it absorbs moisture. We've removed unnecessary
plastic zippers and our journey continues.

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