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  • Pacific Harvest Kelp Seasoning Granules 250g

    $35.00

    Kelp granules look like cracked pepper. The granules can be added to simmering dishes instead of salt, they will soften during cooking and release their goodness into the dish. The flavor is very delicate and won’t change the taste of the food; kelp will absorb some of the moisture and improve the texture of the sauce.

    There are many varieties of kelp in New Zealand and around the world, saying ‘kelp’ is like saying ‘apple’. Japanese Kombu is a kelp that is mostly presented as a strip used to make dashi, a broth that serves as a base for many soups. Pacific Harvest chose Ecklonia radiata, a type of NZ Kelp recognized for its mild flavour and speckled colour. Our kelp comes from various untouched areas around the country, mainly the Bay of Plenty and Waiarapa. It is a seaweed that grows deep under water. Because Kelp is not allowed to be cut from the wild natural supplies in New Zealand, it is collected by hand during storms when it is detached from the kelp forest.

  • Pacific Harvest Sea Lettuce Flakes 40g

    $26.50

    Sea lettuce is the “salad greens” of the sea vegetables. It is a leafy, vibrant dark green, with a distinctive flavour and aroma. Sea Lettuce is bright green and is often seen on the beaches or free floating on sea water. Fresh in sea water, its appearance is like tissue paper. It is also called ‘green laver’ or Ao-nori (Japan). When dried, it is very light in weight.

  • Pacific Harvest Wakame Leaves 20g

    $10.50

    New Zealand Wakame Leaves have a mild flavour and pleasing texture. Classified as a ‘brown seaweed’, Wakame is also called ‘Asian Kelp’ and is not native to NZ . Easy to prepare, nutritious and versatile, it suits both Asian & Western type dishes. As a result, it has built a reputation as one of the sweeter tasting sea vegetable. It is widely used in miso soup & for seaweed salads and has been enjoyed in Asia for centuries.  Pacific Harvest carries 2 varieties of Wakame, NZ Wild Leaves and Farmed. We harvest our NZ Wakame Leaves by hand and dry them whole to suit a wide range of culinary applications.

    We harvest our NZ Wakame leaves sustainably from the wild in NZ North Island and we dry them naturally to preserve all their nutritional quality. The white powder that covers the surface of the dried leaves is called ‘Umami’, a Japanese word to describe the ‘fifth taste’. Umami is actually  an amino-acid that rises to the surface of the plant as it dries; chefs prize it for its ability to naturally enhance & balance flavours in a dish.

    PROVENANCE

    Our NZ Wild Wakame Leaves are harvested in the North Island of New Zealand and are tested for contaminants.

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    Pili Nuts

    $15.00$42.95

    Pili nuts are a rich buttery tasting nut grown in the volcanic soil of the Philippine peninsula. Pili nuts are high in calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and rich in protein.

  • PRL Cherry Elixade 480ml

    $35.00

    Pressed fresh from 100%, “beyond organic” cherries – not from concentrate. It has a smooth, delicious, velvety taste. Enjoy it in water or add to your favorite juice.

  • PRL Premier Nutritional Flakes 227g

    $39.95

    A delicious food complement for daily use.
    Rich in B vitamins
    An ideal source of quality protein

  • Sulphur Pure Organic MSM 465g

    $69.95

    Organic sulphur is a FOOD not a drug. Your body is comprised of 4% sulphur, but does not store sulphur nor make it. We should get sulphur from the foods we eat, but the use of chemical fertilizers we believe, has now broken the sulphur-cycle. Read below for more information on this amazing product.