roasted seaweed Costco package

JayOne Roasted Seaweed Snacks From Costco

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In Costco, I bought these roasted seaweed snacks, and they are really yummy!  The brand of roasted seaweed is JayOne, and there are 24 individually packaged seaweed snacks in the Costco box.  I love Costco seaweed salad, and I also like roasted seaweed that I buy in sheets for making California sushi rolls, so when I saw these roasted seaweed snacks I figured there is a good chance I’ll like them.  And I was right – these Costco roasted seaweed snacks are very tasty.  Even my 7-year-old and 5-year-old kids loved the roasted seaweed snacks!

On the package, these seaweed snacks are described as “Roasted and Lightly Salted Seaweed. 100% Natural.  Kim or Korean Seaweed is a bit different from the other seaweed offerings.  Jayone’s Seaweed is lightly roasted then lightly salted for an exquisite, healthy treat everyone will love!  Kim is now a staple in Korean cuisine and is quickly developing a cult following in other parts of the world thanks to its many health benefits”.

When I see packaged snacks, I always assume they have preservatives.  Surprisingly, these Costco seaweed snacks from Jayone have no preservatives!  The ingredient list for the seaweed snacks is pretty simple: seaweed, corn oil, sesame oil, perilla oil and salt.  That’s so nice to have a snack without chemicals!

The nutritional information for Jayone seaweed snack packs from Costco is: serving size 1 pack, 30 calories, 2 grams of fat, zero saturated fat, zero cholesterol, 50 mg sodium, 1 gram of fiber, 1 gram of protein, 8% of vitamin A, 20% of vitamin C, 2% of iron.  It’s a perfect snack – just 30 calories, has vitamins and no preservatives!  Plus seaweed is a great source of Iodine.

Here’s the picture of the individual Jayone roasted seaweed snack pack:

roasted seaweed jayone snack pack

Here’s this package of roasted seaweed opened.  See how there are many thin sheets of dried seaweed, stacked on top of one another.

roasted seaweed snack opened package

And here’s the seaweed snack sheet in my hand:

roasted seaweed sheet snack

These Costco seaweed snacks are great.  If you like seaweed, head over to Costco and get this roasted seaweed – you’ll love it!

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6 replies
  1. Gitte
    Gitte says:

    Just purchased the Costco brand today. It is way too salty and oily. The Jayone was $9.69 per case of 24 pkgs. The Kirland is only 10 pkgs. at $6.99. Granted the total volume is 6. oz vs. 4.08 oz of the Jayone, but the Jayone tasted better and was in perfect portions for kids snacks.

    I will have to find the Jayone elsewhere and this Kirkland seaweed is going back. It is a good way to let them know we don’t like it!

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  2. D Guardino
    D Guardino says:

    The Costco in Cleveland, Ohio just started carrying the Kirkland brand, which I agree is salty and a bit oily but still decent. Have never seen the Jayone brand and as we have all experienced at Costco, eventually they replace everything with Kirkland products.

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  3. Pamela
    Pamela says:

    I absolute fell in love with Jayone seaweed from Costco and quite upset when I tasted the inferior Kirkland Signature brand. It has more than triple the salt and oily and is in edible now. With one package I hushed a pastry brush to brush some of the salt of each sheet and by the end I had a plate full of salt. I’m returning the other package. Everyone should write Costco an email saying we want Jayone back again. It was the tastiest treat I’ve had in a long time.

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  4. Tom
    Tom says:

    I have a box that was expired on Aug31/13. What is the danger of eating expired unopened packages? I tried one and it tasted alright.

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