Laverbread is a Celtic delicacy which is produced from a particular type of seaweed (very similar to the seaweed which is used by the Japanese – Nori) which is mainly found on the West Coast of the British Isles and Southern Ireland. After being gathered the seaweed is thoroughly washed and is cooked until it becomes soft. It is then minced to convert it into a paste like texture. Laver is nutritious, very low in calories, rich in protein, contains iodine and vitamins A ,B, B2, C & D. Because of the nature of the product it is classified as being able to use the vegetarian symbol.
Parsons Laverbread is available to buy in shrinkwrapped trays containing 10 tins.