Seaweed is the world's most renewable resource, it is the most sustainable form of agriculture on the planet.
Sealore’s precious marine botanicals grow within meters of the small on-site processing facility in Co. Leitrim. This allows for the precise hand harvesting of individual plants, ensuring that Sealore only ever collects exactly what is needed.
This practice ensures that only the most pristine specimens are selected, maximising the inherent bioactive phytonutrients available within each seaweed. These potent vitamins, minerals and trace element-rich extracts are then concentrated by Sealore’s novel extraction processes.
This harvesting technique results in zero carbon emissions and zero waste as any by-products are used to fertilize and enrich the soil at Sealore's on-site organic herb gardens, in Co. Leitrim.
Sealore’s unique Marine Botanical extractions are then combined with over 120 precious, certified organic ingredients that have been sustainably grown and ethically sourced.
Sealore partners with suppliers that ensure all social, economic, and environmental audits are carried out ascertaining the quality and longevity of each ingredient and ensuring all fair trade principles are adhered to.
Sealore handcrafts a range of 13 certified organic products in micro-batches. This type of production results in near-zero emissions. Producing only what is needed when required reduces the unnecessary use of energy required to store large volumes of products.
This novel manufacturing process safeguards the integrity of each ingredient and protects its potency and freshness. Small batch formulation supports a more sustainable circular economy.
Our highly concentrated formulas mean less packaging, less waste and less shipping. We take the utmost care in our choice of ingredients and methods of production. Our dedication extends to the packaging of our products. We take great care to ensure that our products come to you in the safest, most environmentally responsible manner possible.
Glass is 100% recyclable and reusable, glass can be infinitely recycled.
All of the paper used in our packaging comes from sustainably managed European forests. For each tree felled to make the board 3 new ones are planted.