Fresh Green Caviar

Fresh Green Caviar Hoan Chau Vietnam

Fresh Green Caviar

Sea grapes contain many essential micronutrients (such as iodine, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, cobalt, active substances), unsaturated fatty acids over 5 types including DHA, AA, EPA an important factors for the children brain formulation and development, eyes, nervous system, and others. People can use Sea grapes as a kind of natural cosmetics to maintain youth and beauty. It is also used as an effective raw material for massage.

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Scientific name: Caulerpa Lentillifera
Business name: Fresh Green Caviar, Sea grape or Umi budo
Ingredients: Fresh Sea Grapes
Nutritional ingredients: Protetin, Lipid, Carbon Hydrat, Canxi, Magie, Kali, Photpho, Sắt/Iron, Mangan, Kẽm/zinc, Iod, Coban, Đồng/Copper, Natri, AA, LA, DHA, EPA, ALA ..
Preservation: Do not put in the refrigerator; store them at room temparute or cool place.
Expiry date: 8-10 days from MFG
Origin: Vietnam
Farmed: Ninh Phu, Ninh Hoa, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam
Packing: Hoan Chau Factory in Ho Chi Minh City
Factory Certificates: (Export code: DL01): HACCP, ISO, HALAL, BRC, ASC and Others.

Usage Guides:

Taking enough amount of sea grapes for usage. Dipping them in water around 5-10 mins to reduce the saltiness of the sea. Closing the box after usage. Putting dipped sea grapes in the ice-water or on top of cold ice to increase fragility. Do not fry or cook sea grapes on high heat to avoid them shrunk

Should not cook sea grapes at high temperature Ice makes sea grapes more crispy and delighting when enjoying

BENEFITS OF GREEN CAVIAR:

Green Caviar (Sea grape) can be used to make various delicious dishes enriching your health. It is good for patients of arthritis, blood pressure, bowel, diabetes, goiter, anemia, malnutrition and others. There is Rammonse sugar in sea grapes helping people feeling laxative, intestinal, anti-bacterial, absorb mental toxic in our body and excrete the bad through excretion. Caulerparine substances stimulate the appetite and protect the gastrointestinal tract.