The Nielsen’s 2015 Global Health & Wellness Survey found that 88 percent of consumers are willing to pay more for healthier foods. The poll found that many people are drawn to the concept of utilizing their food to manage their health. (1) For many people, this means adding in more superfoods, such as seaweed. A recent poll found that consumers are willing to pay more money for healthy foods due to increased understanding of how these foods impact their health!Seaweed provides numerous health benefits and is a staple in Japanese cuisine. Wake seaweed is rich in vitamins and minerals that can help support cardiovascular health, maintain hormonal balance, strengthen bones, improve circulation and promote skin health.