Nuts Seaweed Chips-30g


Tai Wang Nut Seaweed Crisp Chips
Ingredients: Maltose, White Sesame, Nori, Black Rice, Black Sesame, Almond, Pumpkin Seed, Cashew, Mirin (glutinous rice, rice koji, fructose, water, brewed rice vinegar, salt), sugar, salt, walnut, pepper.
Allergen Alert: This product contains sesame and nut products.
Net weight: 30 grams.
Shelf life: 12 months (sealed)
Effective date: as marked on the package (year/month/day).
Storage method: Please keep it in a cool and dry place, avoid direct sunlight. Please consume as soon as possible after opening.
Origin: Taiwan

(Expiration period: It is calculated from the date of receipt by consumers, and it shall not be shorter than one-third of the storage period before the effective date)

*Information on merchandise in the store will be adjusted due to food labeling management regulations, so the actual packaging shall prevail.


Newly released!!

Nuts Seaweed Chips 30g (stand-up bag)

Selected roasted seaweed, crispy and delicious, with rich sesame and nut fillings to create a crisp and multi-layered taste

Seaweed concentrates various B vitamins in seaweed, as well as many other vitamins and minerals, including potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, etc., which are necessary to maintain normal physiological functions. It is especially rich in selenium and iodine. These minerals can help the body maintain the acid-base balance of the body, which is beneficial to the growth and development of children, and also helps the elderly to delay aging. In addition, seaweed is also rich in iron, which contributes to the formation of normal red blood cells.

Danny Manor, PhD, of the Department of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, USA, found that nuts are rich in vitamin E and have antioxidant properties. Also contains zinc, iron, magnesium, calcium and other ingredients. It should be noted that nuts are high in fat (unsaturated fatty acids), and it is best not to consume too much each time, otherwise it may increase the probability of obesity.

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