From our very beginnings, Arramara Teoranta has treated the provenance of seaweed in Western Ireland with deep and abiding respect. Our advocacy of sustainability, resource management and reliance on Harvesters who practice eco-friendly harvesting methods has helped keep seaweed abundant in our coastal Atlantic waters. We are serious about our responsibility to the local ecosystem, our Employees, our Harvesters and the people of Connemara. See the story of how the finest Irish seaweed reaches the world.
Our Employees have always been vital to the success of our seaweed products, our local economy and our sustainable future. Learn about the amazing people who put Arramara on the map.
Our Harvesters are the backbone of Arramara Teoranta. Learn how their work feeds the local economy.
Since acquiring Arramara Teoranta in May of 2014, Acadian Seaplants has delivered on the commitments it made. It has worked well with Arramara’s Employees, Harvesters, suppliers, customers and other stakeholders to grow and develop the company for the benefit of all. Investments, resource science, and sustainable resource management practices have ensured an ongoing supply of product to Arramara’s customers and we have grown our markets to include several new countries.
The supply of seaweed to Arramara Teo. is central to its success. Arramara continues to buy seaweed from local Harvesters, now and in the future, and do all we can to ensure this longstanding relationship not only continues, but strengthens.
Arramara has a bright future. The company benefits from the new growth opportunities made possible by investments and the transfer of knowledge from Acadian.
Arramara recognizes its responsibility to the local economy and remains a steadfast supporter of the local language, culture and heritage. As the company develops, its role in the community will also grow.
Acadian Seaplants is a family-owned company and is globally recognized for its sustainable resource management, research, product and processing innovations and community engagement in the areas where our Employees work and live. We will continue to share our best practices to ensure Arramara, its many stakeholders and the seaweed industry in Ireland thrive.