[INQ. NO. 2109C04] Dodori is a traditional Korean snack made by applying the glue made of sticky rice and grain on one side of the seaweed, overlapping two sheets and drying, and then frying it. Doldori is a product made by applying the glue on one side of the seaweed, drying and then frying it.
As both products are crispy and savory, they are good as an accompaniment to wine as well as being a nutritious snack, targeting various ages with variety of flavors, such as that of wasabi, honey butter, hot spice, cheese, etc. It is quite portable and low-calorie, as well as having a crispy and savory texture, thereby favored by people regardless of gender or age.
Doldori is a laver snack produced via automated processes and mass production systems to reduce labor costs and ensure price competitiveness. Consisting of four flavors of wasabi, honey butter, hot spice and cheese, it is a traditional Korean food produced by drying laver twice to improve the softness and crispness of laver. Such special treatment prevents any oily smell and ones hands from getting stained with oil. Its shelf life is as long as one year. Doldori is also a gluten-free certified and non-GMO product.
HUMANWELL, a company producing seasoned seaweed, laver snack, and other laver products, focuses on producing seaweed for dried seaweed rolls (Gimbap), seaweed snack, etc. as well as the seasoned seaweed. Established in 2000, HUMANWELL developed and applied for a patent for well-being seaweed (Hong•Ki containing red ginseng and chitosan) in 2005 under the banner of Contributing to Creation of Healthy and Longevity Society through Improvement of Peoples Eating Habits.
In order to grow into a global company, HUMANWELL has developed and released the seasoned seaweed containing red ginseng, chitosan, green tea, salicomia herbacea and mushroom and kimchi- and wasabi-flavored seaweed which are favorite foods and developed the traditional Korean snack (seaweed snack) to suit the taste of modern people.
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