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Salicornia

Salicornia is a genus of salt tolerating succulents, they are found in saltmarshes, dunes and coastal areas. The genus is native to North-America and Europe.

Salicornia has a longstanding culinary tradition. Salicornia is commonly used in salads as well as seafood dishes and delivers a distinguishable crispy yet salty taste. The salty taste is derived from the fact that Salicornia is a Halophyte storing salt particles in its leaves. Being a truth pioneering plant, Salicornia serves an important ecosystem role by enhancing mud deposition and preventing beach erosion. Our Salicornia is sustainably cultivated meaning that no plants are removed from their endangered coastal habitats.

 


Commercial name

Salicornia

Latin name

Salicornia spp

Origin

The Netherlands, Portugal & Israel

Catching area

Farmed

Fish Properties

Cleaned, Whole

Ingredients

Salicornia

Nutritional Values

10 Kcal, Protein: 1,24gr, Carbohydrates: 0,21gr, Fat: 0,13gr, Salt: 0,93gr

Kartons

1kg plastic box


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