- Brand: Sakhalin
- Product Code: Салат из морского винограда
- Availability: Soon on sale
Sea grape salad
Sea grapes are called brown algae from the genus caulepra. In eastern countries, dishes from it are among the most favorite. Its taste qualities were appreciated by the residents of the Far Eastern region, and then rumors about this amazing product spread throughout our country. Now the salad from it takes pride of place on the festive table.
This so-called grape is often called green caviar. It grows in perfectly clean water, which indicates exceptional environmental safety.
The presented salad can be safely called a storehouse of useful substances. It contains vitamins A, E, K. groups B, many trace elements, saturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
|Specifications||Composition and caloric content of fucus bubblegum This algae can not be called the most useful, it can not boast of a high content of vitamins, micro- and macroelements. First of all, this type of sea grape is valuable due to the presence of almost daily iron in the composition. The caloric content of sea grapes per 100 g is 123 kcal, of which: Proteins — 6.7 g; Fats - 1.6 g; Carbohydrates — 22 g . Unfortunately, there are very few vitamins here, there is only retinol, which accounts for only 2000 mcg per 100 g. Macronutrients per 100 g: Potassium, K - 2.6 mg; Calcium, Ca - 2.1 mg; Magnesium, Mg - 0.8 mg; Sodium, Na - 3.4 mg; Phosphorus, P - 0.15 mg; Chlorine, Cl - 4 mg. Trace elements per 100 g: Iron, Fe - 10 mg; Iodine, I - 13 500 mcg; Cobalt, Co - 0.04 mcg; Manganese, Mn - 1.2 mg; Copper, Cu - 2 mcg; Zinc, Zn - 16 mg.|