Elevating the humble seaweed to a snack that packs a punch with the tart taste of the sudachi fruit, you'll find yourself unable to stop at just one chip! Little seaweed sheets are battered and fried creating a crisp and flavorful snack.
The sudachi fruit is a small green citrus fruit native to Tokushima, Japan and frequently used as flavoring in place of lemon or lime. Most famously used in ponzu sauce, you may have found yourself trying this fruit without even knowing it!
Featured in August '18 Bokksu: Summer Festival.
- Product of Hiroshima Prefecture
- Common Allergens: Eggs, Fish, Tree nuts (Sesame), Wheat
- Also Contains: Mollusk shellfish
- 1 or 12 Bags