Plant-based Omega-3
fatty acids

Let’s cut the middle fish


Omega-3 fatty acids belong to the essential fatty acids that the body cannot produce itself. They are important for our metabolism and a building block of our cell membranes.

While alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is found in various plants, docosahexanoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) are found only in marine products. ALA can be converted to DHA and EPA in the body, but only in a ratio of 1:10 to 1:100, making the intake of omega-3 fatty acids via ALA-rich foods such as chia seeds or walnuts possible, but extremely inefficient.

Today, we consume the majority of DHA and EPA by eating fish. Fish, however, do not produce the fatty acids themselves, but rather take them in through their own food.  And this food consists of…: Microalgae!

In the face of alarming overfishing, we therefore say: Let’s cut the middle fish!

The suitable algae


We use Nannochloropsis as our source for omega-3 fatty acids. It is a green microalgae that is considered extremely robust and easy to cultivate. To grow, it mainly needs seawater and sun – both of which are abundantly available at our production site in the south of Morocco!

We cultivate it under strictly controlled conditions in artificial ponds – thus protecting the neighboring environment on the one hand and obtaining a highly pure and healthy product on the other.

The algae are continuously harvested in our innovative process and then concentrated and dried. We then either sell them directly as powder or first extract the omega-3 fat-rich algae oil.

Our algae oil contains an extremely high concentration of unsaturated fatty acids and about 30% of them are the valuable omega-3 fat EPA. The pure algae powder contains the same fats as the oil and additionally about 40% proteins (with high-quality essential amino acids) and vitamins A and B, as well as iron, potassium and calcium.

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Nannochloropsis sp.

100% pure algae powder


Natural algae oil