Ocean's Halo

Our story starts with two dads who grew up on potato chips and two dads who grew up on seaweed. In 2011, the four of us thought: what if we could make a chip that’s tasty and good for you at the same time? So, we experimented in our own kitchens, and did lots of taste testing with our families. Dozens of versions later, we knew we had it: a chip that tastes great and is healthy for you. Since then we added two more seaweed snacks to our lineup. All our snacks are packed with vitamins and minerals and have none of the bad stuff like GMOs, trans fats or artificial anything. And guess what? Because seaweed is farmed in the ocean with sunlight, our snacks are a whole lot better for the planet than other snacks out there. We're really proud of Ocean's Halo snacks, and we know that your families will love them as much as ours. See More

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