As a part of growth for companies, it is important to look out and find the next step towards success. With the algae food market expanding and competition becoming as fierce as ever, Corbion has decided to take a new large step. Corbion is an algae-based food ingredient s and Biomar company which focuses on aquaculture feedings.
Holding the North Atlantic Seafood Forum, they figure it is a great place and opportunity to announce the latest news in the market. The huge ascent of AlgaPrime DHA in the market has helped them to deliver over 350,000 tons of seafood in 3 year to Norway. AlgaPrime is a leading company in the omega-3 algae. They are specialized in providing farms that improves omega-3 retaining and availability. They are more focused on salmon farms in Norway where they care to lower the fish-in to fish-out ration.
AlgaPrime has been a well credible brand name, which leading companies in the field long to obtain their stamp. Different companies in the U.S an E.U markets, centralized around salmon farms, are eager to improve their nutrition responsibility through omega-3 content.
Marc den Harotg, the Vice president at Corbion was glad to announce the partnership stating, “Through our partnership with BioMar, we’ve seen strong adoption of AlgaPrime™ DHA and have shown our ability to make a significant impact on the aquaculture industry over a short period of time. AlgaPrime™ DHA is helping to provide consumers with options that are better for their families and the environment and meeting retailer and consumer demand for healthy and more nutritious seafood.”
The company is expected to impact the fish market and seafood worldwide, by providing a better nutritional value over fish from farms. Their algae ingredients are well saturated in fish oil; three times more than DHA.