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Crispy Wasabi Nori Snacks

The authentic taste of Korea and ultimate in light snacking. These deliciously roasted and lightly salted seaweed thins have been gently coated with Wasabi to give them a little bit of a kick. Full of flavour and free from preservatives and additives, these irresistible snacks are only 27 calories a pack.

 

€117
Ingredients

Seaweed (61%), rapeseed oil, sea salt, wasabi powder (1.9%).

Allergens

Gluten Free

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Maria Boguslawska
Maria

very very tasty

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Petra Robertson
Yummy!

Super yummy and moreish - perfect for wasabi lovers!

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Alison andrew
Wrong flavour sent

Wrong flavour sent got a reply quickly though about being sent what I actually ordered asking for order number no reply since though

Hello Alison,

Thank you for your honest feedback. Unfortunately, we did make a picking mistake on your order. We have honoured the full replacement, which was sent out on the day we received your first email, it will be arriving today, we just didn't communicate this and for that we apologise as your experience has not been to the level we aim to provide.

Crispy Wasabi Nori Snacks

Kelly Says

"Incredibly versatile and full of nutrients, seaweed is a pillar of Korean cuisine. Baked a few second at about 400 degrees, these crispy thins make an every day guilt-free snack. In Korea, we also eat these with a bowl of white rice, simple but delicious!"


Enjoy
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