Organic Bladderwrack powder

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Product Description

Botanical Name: Fucus vesiculosus
Plant Part Used: Leaves
Processing Method: Drying, Grinding

This herb is an edible brown seaweed and also has many different names black tang, bladder fucus, rockweed, sea oak, dyers fucus, cut weed, red fucus, and rock wrack that belongs to the family Fucaceae. It is native to the Baltic Sea, Greenland, the Azores, Northern Russia, and the Atlantic shores of Europe. Laminarans, alginic acid, and fucoidan are major active components present in Bladderwrack. Fucoxanthin is the major carotenoid that is responsible for the brownish color of this species. It is very nutritious as it is a good source of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and fatty acids. Na, K, I, Ca, and Mg are present in high concentrations. It also contains other minerals like Fe, Mn, and Zn. It is a good source of antioxidants and is associated with many health benefits.

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Main Producing Countries

Canada, Iceland, Ireland, Norway and United States

Product Use

Production & Sourcing

Bladderwrack, also known as Fucus vesiculosus, is a type of seaweed that is typically found in the colder coastal regions of the North Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It is commonly harvested in countries such as Ireland, Iceland, Norway, and Canada. Bladderwrack can be found growing aground on rocks, pilings, and other marine structures. It is typically hand-harvested by divers or with long-handled rakes during low tide. Once harvested, the seaweed is washed and dried in the sun or in drying facilities. Some producers also steam the seaweed to soften it before drying.

Harvest Time

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 100g

per serving 70
Amount/serving % Daily Value*
Total Fat 1.2g 1.54%
Saturated Fat 0g 0.00%
Trans Fat 0g %
Cholesterol 0mg 0.00%
Sodium 122mg 5.08%
Total Carbohydrate 12.3g 4.00%
Dietary Fiber 1.3g 4.64%
Total Sugars 0.6g %
Includes 0g Added Sugars 0.00%
Protein 2.5g 4.00%
Vitamin D 0mcg 0.00%
Calcium 72mg 5.54%
Iron 8.9mg 44.44%
Potassium 63mg 1.34%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Bladderwrack is also known as black tang, rockweed, bladder fucus, sea oak, cut weed, dyers fucus, red fucus and rock wrack. Its official botanical name is Fucus vesiculosus.

Bladderwrack is mostly used as a nutritional supplement. Its primary chemical constituents include mucilage, algin, mannitol, fucitol, beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, volatile oils, iodine, bromine, potassium, and other minerals.

No, E. coli, Staphylococcus & Salmonella are not present in this product.

Genetically modified organisms may possess significant and challenging risks to food safety. Hence, we do not accept organic Bladderwrack Powder from the farms and facilities where GMO crops are grown and processed.

The stem and leaf of Bladderwrack is used in this product.

Yes, Bladderwrack is an edible seaweed, and safe for human consumption.

No, Bladderwrack and kelp are different seaweeds. Bladderwrack belongs to the family of Fucaceae, while kelp belongs to the family of Laminariaceae.

The color of the product which we provide is Olive green.

Yes, brown seaweed is also known as Fucus vesiculosus.or Bladderwrack.
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Biological source: Fucus vesiculosus
Shelf Life: 24months
Plant part used: Leaf
Country Of Origin: China
Items Specification Test Methods
Physical Analysis
Description Powder Organoleptic
Color Brown green Organoleptic
Odor Characteristic Organoleptic
Taste Characteristic Organoleptic
Mesh size 100% Passes through #80 mesh USP<786>
Loss on drying NMT 10.0% w/w USP<731>
Total ash NMT 10.0% w/w USP<561>
Total Heavy Metals NMT 10 ppm USP<231>
Lead NMT 0.5 ppm USP<232>
Arsenic NMT 1 ppm USP<232>
Mercury NMT 0.5 ppm USP<232>
Cadmium NMT 0.5 ppm USP<232>
Microbiology Test
Total Plate Count NMT 100,000 cfu/g USP<61>
Yeast & Mold NMT 1000 cfu/g USP<61>
E. Coli Negative USP<62>
Salmonella Negative USP<62>

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Biological Source

Fucus vesiculosus


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