gimMe Organic Seaweed Snacks – I Am Obsessed!!!!!


If you know me or have read my bio, you might be aware that I have had some addiction issues in the past.

Fortunately, those problems are behind me, and I have stayed on a positive path for many years now. One of the things that I attribute to my being to able avoid negative influences in my life has been my will power.

Believing that I had developed a very strong ability to say “no”, whether it be to certain vices or to refined sugar, this notion was completely shattered as soon as I came across gimMe organic seaweed snacks.

Since then, I have become shamelessly addicted and display zero ability to consume gimMe seaweed snacks with any degree of moderation. My self-control with this organic product has gone completely out of the window.

Here’s an example. Whenever I review a product, I either learn about it at the market or through a friend, see it at a trade show, or a company has emailed me information about it. Generally speaking, I’ll try it a few times, do my homework on the product, take some pictures, and then write about the food or drink on my blog.

With gimMe, it has been a completely different story.

Initially, I must have purchased the product at least 10 times, then had the company send me some samples, then met the founder at the 2013 Fancy Food Show and got more samples to take home, and then bought the product at least another 20 times before sitting down to write this post.

Each time I brought gimMe organic seaweed snacks home (oftentimes, they didn’t even last until I got home), I just couldn’t wait to photograph them before digging in. It was always “Oh, I’ll just buy more tomorrow and do it then.”

These seaweed snacks are crunchy, satiating, and perfectly flavored. And I just can’t get enough of them.

So much for my iron will power.


gimMe organic seaweed snacks come in a Sea Salt flavor but my favorite is the Sesame, which contains seaweed, toasted sesame oil, sunflower oil, and sea salt. It is non-GMO, gluten-free, and vegan.

This organic product can be purchased at retailers nationwide and online by clicking HERE.





With company founder and serial food entrepreneur Annie Chun and her daughter, Mia, for whom the product is named after. This is at the Food Fete media event during the 2013 Fancy Food Show in NYC.


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  • Ben says:

    Not quite sure how you can say Korea is far from Fukushima? It’s virtually their closest neighbour.

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  • Chrissy says:

    Thanks so much for this post! I came across these at Whole Foods with a sale sign of 2 for $2 so I pretty much put all of them in my shopping cart. And I’m so glad I did, they are delicious!! Thanks for such a great recommendation!

  • Lisa says:

    Hi Max,

    Thanks for your reply. On a daily basis I read quite a bit about Fukushima, because I do research & tweet about the environment, human rights, GMOs etc. on Twitter.

    Occasionally, I’ll have a bite of fish, but I Really miss eating it on a regular basis.

    So nice chatting with you,


  • Rosanna says:

    Hello Max, just a question, where do these seaweeds come from? I am a little concerned about what happened to Fukushima and the high radiation concentration in seaweed and probably in all alive matter around the place afterwards. Is it safe to eat seaweeds and are we sure of their origin?
    Thanks fro replying, regards
    Rosanna from Italy

  • Lisa says:

    I love seaweed snacks, but since Fukushima, I’ve been very nervous about eating them. I’ve been nervous about eating anything from the ocean, because of the Fukushima research I’ve done regarding the radiation, which is flowing along with the currents around the globe. What do you think?

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Lisa,

      The ocean is polluted, no question about. This is not stopping me from eating seaweed. The seaweed from gimMe is harvested off of Korea, far from Fukushima.

      Live well,

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