Discover the Jean Herve 's new goma-sio , The Marine Goma-sio , a delicious blend of sesame, unrefined salt and Nori seaweed on a French toast which is ground using a stone mills.
This original condiment with a nutty flavor is also a wonderful substitute for salt, require less and bring you the best from the Nori seaweed, and from earth with the sesame seed.
Nori seaweed is from France, it is rich in vegetable protein, trace elements and minerals. With Marine Goma-sio everyone can deal with its diet to avoid deficiencies, also for vegetarians and those whose diet is unbalanced. Not only for giving a unique taste to goma-sio, Nori seaweed is a food known for its exceptional richness in minerals and vitamins. It contains few calories and has virtually no fat. Marine Goma-sio has a high quantity in mucillage (material that lubricates the intestines for better transit and limit fat absorption) makes an important ally in dieting, and also has high quantity in protein which is good for vegetarians' diets ..
Directions : Sprinkle on cereal or salad, one tablespoon per meal, goma-sio will bring a nutty flavor to your food, the flavor of any dish.
Average nutritional analysis (per 100g)
Energy value is 594 Kcal 2464 KJ
Proteins: 23.7 g
Carbohydrates: 17.9 g
Fat: 47.5 g
Sodium: 2.17 g
Ingredients: Sesame from Paraguay *, unrefined sea salt from Portugal , Nori seaweed from France
* From organic farming
Allergen Info: The company works sesame, peanuts, tree nuts, milk, soybeans and cereals.
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Jean Hervé started making healthy food products based on dried fruits and oilseeds in the 70's. His family (he is the father of 6), was and remains his first consumers. Are children not the “true experts” of spreads? Since 1976, Jean Hervé products are a reference in France and abroad. Jean Hervé products are particularly well suited to vegetarian diets. They are perfect to bring back balance to organisms weakened by the strains of modern life.