Korean Oyster Laver

https://korean-products.com/inquiry [INQ. NO. 1612C10] Laver, a type of seaweed, is a very popular side dish on the Korean dining table. Koreans like to eat the dried seaweed by wrapping steamed rice in it. Laver is a healthy food which contains various minerals and nutrients. Above all, it is rich in dietary minerals, particularly iodine and iron – six times more than in beef. Again laver contains over four times more calcium than milk as well as an abundance of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, and D.

HAEDAMON Co., Ltd. is a Korean food company specializing in manufacturing ‘Tongyeong Oyster Laver.’ Uniquely, the Tongyeong Oyster Laver is made by using Tongyeong oyster concentrated extract instead of salt, unlike other Korean processed laver. Tongyeong oysters are naturally high in many essential minerals including taurine, calcium and zinc, making it a good food for people of all ages. Tongyeong Oyster Laver is not only healthier, but also it is tastier than conventional laver products due to excellent combination of the oyster concentration’s richer and savory taste and the laver’s natural fresh flavor.

201612cc_page_025_11In addition, the Tongyeong Oyster Laver features much crispier and cruncher texture as it is roasted three times. For diet conscious people, the company has also paid special attention to the use of oil; the smallest possible amount of oil is used for this premium laver so that less oil will be smeared on the hands and there will be no smell of grease.

Situated in Tongyeong, which is the biggest oyster-producing area in South Korea, HAEDAMON is continuing its efforts to provide healthy and tasty Korean laver products worldwide through constant development of new products in addition to its signature oyster laver.

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