We are a young blue growth company located in the North Atlantic. We offer a collection of Nordic seaweed products, mostly to feed, food and cosmetic producers, and take part in research projects with a number of different partners.
Our purpose is to improve people’s wellbeing and to make a unique contribution to our blue planet. We do this by applying science, innovation and expertise, to grow premium quality seaweed for sale and for research. Ocean Rainforest began in 2010, when we combined our knowledge of this unique ocean environment with our strong entrepreneurial spirit, to cultivate seaweed.
We started growing and harvesting the same species of wild seaweeds that formed part of our ancestors’ diets over a thousand years ago, because we wanted to have a positive impact on people and the environment.
Our inbuilt focus on research and innovation enabled us to develop world-class cultivation methods, making us Europe's leading seaweed cultivator, and a pioneer in our industry.
Our team shares the same values, and through a diverse set of skills and years of combined experience, we continue to explore the potential of this versatile sea plant and meet growing market demand.
|Sales markets||North America; Western Europe|
|Primary business activity||Manufacturer: Ingredients / Additives|
|Affiliated categories:||Algae More|
Our Top products
Alaria esculenta / Winged Seaweed
Alaria esculenta, also referred to as Atlantic wakame or
winged kelp, is a large brown seaweed species of the
family Alariaceae. It thrives along the Atlantic coast
lines of Europe and North America in exposed sites and
grows readily on our ocean cultivation units.
It is rich in suga...
Saccharina latissima, commonly known as sugar kelp, is a large brown seaweed species of the family Lami-nariaceae. It thrives in the stable, cold and nutrient-rich waters of the Faroe Islands and more generally through-out the North Atlantic and the North Pacific Oceans. Throughout its growt...More info
Seaweed - Kelp
Cultivated premium seaweed, grown in the prestine North Atlantic ocean. We offer a range of species, including but not limited to Saccharina latissima, Alaria esculenta, Laminaria digitata, Palmaria palmata, and Macrocystis pyrifera.
We know that the chemical composition of seaweed is crucial no...