You’re probably thinking, kelp? Like, seaweed? Yes!
By growing and eating more kelp we can help fight climate change & improve the health of our oceans.
At Barnacle we turn kelp into food, to make a brighter future for our oceans and communities.
Kelp grows without any inputs.
No land, freshwater, or fertilizer is required to grow kelp. Plus, it serves as a carbon sink — buffering the effects of ocean acidification.
From the pure ocean waters of Alaska, our kelp is carefully hand-harvested from healthy wild kelp beds and ocean farms.
Kelp farming and harvesting offers a way to fight climate change while also supplying us with nutrient dense foods.
Why are there holes in our kelp pickles?
We use bull kelp, one of the most delicious, versatile, and abundant seaweeds along Alaska's pristine coastline.
We use bull kelp!
Bull kelp has delicate leafy fronds and a crisp stipe that impart deep savory flavors.