Hawaii Mom Blog: gimMe Organic Seaweed Snacks Review




July 11, 2019

gimMe Organic Seaweed Snacks Review

Disclosure: Complimentary product was received for review purposes.

My kids love Korean nori (seaweed).  I admit - I love to eat them too.  It's so full of umami flavor, which makes it hard to stop eating.  We all couldn't wait to try out gimMe Organic Snacks.

The kids would eat the Seaweed Snacks right out of the bag.  My fave was the Teriyaki!

I really enjoyed the Seaweed Thins.  I loved the combination of ingredients to give the seaweed different textures and flavors.

The Sriracha Almond was my fave - a little sweet, and a little spicy - such a great combo!

My kids would eat the seaweed snacks whenever the hunger struck, and I was pleased they chose the seaweed snacks over sugar-loaded treats.

With the Sushi Nori, I made SPAM Musubis!

I love that the entire gimMe Organic Snacks line is made with premium USDA Certified organic and Non-GMO Project Verified seaweed that is sustainably cultivated and harvested in South Korea.  Not only are the seaweed snacks tasty, but they are full of vitamins, minerals, and protein. 

From easy, convenient, totable snacks to full-sized sheets to make sushi and musubis, it's easy to get your umami fix with gimMe Organic Seaweed Snacks!

To find gimMe Organic Snacks near you, click here.

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