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Dutch omega-3 player earns sustainable seal

Dutch omega-3 player earns sustainable seal

Bioriginal Europe/Asia has gained a Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification for its AlaskOmega fish oil that is sourced from Alaska Pollock oil.

The ‘Chain of Custody’ approval means processing, storage, trading, transportation and wholesale have met the MSC sustainable criteria.

It applies to the Alaskan fishery, and the Dutch firm’s processing facilities in the Netherlands and Ohio in the US.

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