Growing in abundance along our intertidal coast, Ascophyllum nodosum soaks up sunlight and water from the pristine Sea of Hebrides. This allows knotted wrack to flourish, developing a variety of vitamins, minerals and trace elements in super clean and natural conditions.
Where does Scottish seaweed go once we process it? Here are just a few of the uses of seaweed people in Scotland, and the world over, rely upon:
The rich nutrients found in Scotland’s Ascophyllum nodosum provide animal feed and supplements with an all-natural, organic source of essential vitamins and minerals. The livestock, pets and show animals that consume seaweed in their feed are proven to show an increase in their overall wellbeing, stamina and immune system health.
Healthy soil is the essential foundation for plants to germinate and grow. Soil conditioners that include our brown seaweed help enrich fields and crops with the vitamins and minerals they need to thrive.
These days, people are more conscious about their health and seek out rich, organic sources of the nutrients their bodies need. Nutraceuticals derived from Scotland’s knotted wrack provide companies with natural ingredients that can contribute to the ongoing health and wellbeing of people worldwide.