The Irish Seaweed Company

Palmaria Palmata (commonly known as Dulse, or Dillisk) has been harvested for generations here in Northern Ireland.

This Irish seaweed was originally harvested by fishermen to supplement their income when fishing was slack.The earliest record of dulse is of St Columba’s monks harvesting the sea vegetable some 1,400 years ago in Ireland, and it is there that has shown the greatest eagerness towards the consumption of dulse. In fact, the common name ‘dulse’ originates from the Irish, and has come to be in widespread use even in countries where English is not used.  

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