Seaweed offers meal choices to savour

Seamus Moran and his wife Carmel established LoTide Fine Foods in 2005.

6th October, 2007

Seamus Moran and his wife Carmel established LoTide Fine Foods in 2005.

The couple harvest seaweed from the waters of Clew Bay in Co Mayo and produce a range of dried sea vegetable products and other seaweed-based products, including sausages.

The Moran family have been involved with the sea’s produce for four generations, since the 1880s.With more than 20 years’ experience as a chef, Seamus Moran has long been creating dishes with seaweed and other sea...

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