SeaMeat is our unique seaweed blend that reduces the environmental impact of burgers, sausages & meatballs by ∼25%. Without increasing their price.

It provides a great oppurtunity to a growing flexitarian population who want reduce the intake of meat in their diet but not transition to a complete plant based diet.

Product overview

Seaweed is a powerful means to drive the transition to sustainable diets.

The Seaweed Company has developed SeaMeat for food companies, enabling them to develop and market hybrid meat products that are healthy, tasty, and impactful. SeaMeat is a blend of dried seaweeds which can be easily integrated into your existing products and processing techniques.

SeaMeat reduces the environmental impact of meat products by 25%. Cultivating seaweed requires no land, no fertilisers and emits no carbon dioxide. On top of this, it deacidifies our oceans and restores marine ecosystems.

1) Green house gas emissions related to production of the product. 2) Freshwater use related to production of product. ​3) impact of an activity on land degradation, with reference to "the natural state"​. 4) Manure and fertliizer input in water

SeaMeat's fat and water binding properties ensure a firm structure and satisfying bite. Furthermore, seaweed's natural nutrient profile makes meat products healthier, reducing sodium and saturated fat contents while adding fibre.

Products made with SeaMeat taste, look, and cost the same as meat but are better for the health of people and the planet. Better Nutri-Scores. Better Eco-Scores. A win-win-win solution for humans, nature, and the planet.

Commercial examples

SeaMeat in Retail

Leading Belgian supermarket chain, Colruyt, to launch burgers made with SeaMeat in Bio-planet stores nationwide.

SeaMeat in Food Service (Beach Bars)

Beefburgers and minced meat with SeaMeat included on the menu at popular beachbar Mango's at Zandvoort beach.

SeaMeat in Food Service (Restaurants)

Two delicious burgers on the Burgerij menu, Mamma Mia and Asian Sunset are being made from SeaMeat. The burgers are avalaiable in the heart of Amsterdam at Amsterdam centraal station.

SeaMeat in Food Service (Festivals)

SeaMeat will be served at one the food trucks at the Dak Festival. Dak Festival is one of the most unique festivals in the Netherlands, organised at at the rooftops of Rotterdam.

Team Involved

Lieneke Hohmann

Sanne Jansen

Lorraine Gallagher

Dr. Sylvia Strauss