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This Company Wants To Make Sustainable Seaweed Mainstream

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While the West Coast produces a lot of food in the United States, there’s one ingredient that’s been largely overlooked: seaweed. One Northern Californian company is hoping to make it a bigger part of the American diet. 

Salt Point Seaweed was founded by three friends: Tessa Emmer, Catherine O'Hare, and Avery Resor. Their inspiration to gather and sell Californian seaweed sparked once they realized there was an abundance of fresh, local seaweed that was being overlooked.