Nori, a dried seaweed resembling sheets of black paper, is a very popular ingredient in Japan, particularly for the wrapping of steamed rice to make makizushi (rolled sushi) and o-nigiri (rice balls). Nori is also a very important traditional breakfast food, eaten with rice. Seasoned nori is also popular, and nori and seasoned nori are available in individually wrapped, bite-sized sheets and served at breakfast in the home or at traditional Japanese inns and hotels. It is rich in vitamin B1, which helps combat mental fatigue, and calcium.
Nori Rolls, rolled up from strips of roasted nori, are designed to be used on sushi roll production lines. Various widths of rolls are available; with optimal sizes such as thick, medium, and thin rolls. Roll Nori can also be produced with bespoke widths. Nori Snacks offre a brilliant balance of flavour and nutrition, thanks to the addition of chirimen (small fish, salted and dried) almonds, brown rice, and nuts to dietary fibre-rich nori. These snacks are ideal for dieters and those who enjoy to drink.