“Local Favourite SHORE Seaweed Chips Now Available at Tesco Scotland Debut”

Scottish Seaweed Company Launches 100% Plant-Based Seaweed Chips in Tesco Stores Across Scotland

SHORE, the Scottish Seaweed Company, is proud to announce the successful debut of their innovative Seaweed Chips range in 71 Tesco stores across Scotland. The launch marks a significant milestone for the company and their mission to make nutritious and sustainable Scottish seaweed accessible to all.

As part of the special Taste of Scotland promotion, SHORE’s Seaweed Chips are now available in 80g share bags in three delicious flavors- Sweet Sriracha, Lightly Salted, and Peking Duck. These snacks can be found in the “your local favourites” section of all Tesco superstores in Scotland. For a limited time, Tesco Clubcard members can enjoy the Seaweed Chips for a special price of £1.50.

Crafted from sustainably hand-picked seaweed from the pristine waters of Wick in the North of Scotland, SHORE’s Seaweed Chips are not only better-for-you but also kinder to the planet. They are 100% plant-based, rich in iodine, and a source of gut-friendly fiber.

The Taste of Scotland promotion will run for the next three weeks, giving Tesco shoppers in Scotland the opportunity to try all three flavors of Seaweed Chips until the end of the Easter break.

Keith Paterson, SHORE spokesperson, expressed delight at the company’s products being available in Tesco stores. He stated, “It’s a great reward for all the hard work from the SHORE team. Our mission is to make our local, sustainable, and nutritious Scottish seaweed available to all through great tasting, better-for-you products. This is a major step in our progress of taking a once niche ingredient into the mainstream.”

SHORE’s Seaweed Chips are distributed by https://pressat.co.uk/ and are now available in Tesco stores across Scotland. Don’t miss out on the chance to try these delicious and sustainable snacks.

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