Aker BioMarine joins U.S.-China HPA

Aker BioMarine joins U.S.-China HPA

The association will work closely with Aker BioMarine and its team to promote a more open and transparent regulatory system in China.

The U.S.-China Health Products Association (USCHPA) is pleased to welcome Aker BioMarine as the latest company to join the association and support its mission in China. The association looks forward to working closely with Aker BioMarine and its team to work toward a more open and transparent regulatory system in China as well as increase education about the importance of dietary supplements.

“Aker BioMarine is very excited to join U.S.-China HPA as we believe the association takes on an essential role to work closely with the Chinese regulatory system, as well as undertaking efforts to facilitate trade within our industry. We clearly see the value of these important tasks being performed by U.S.-China HPA’s proactive approach as an association and its industry-wide recognition.”   –Andreas Thorud, China representative, Aker BioMarine.

About Aker BioMarine
Aker BioMarine is an integrated biotechnology company dedicated to the sustainable harvesting of krill and development of krill-derived biotech products. The company supplies biomarine ingredients through an optimized value chain from raw materials to customers. Aker BioMarine's Superba™ Krill products are provided with 100-percent traceability from the Antarctic sea to the end user.  Only Aker’s krill fishery has been awarded Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Certification.

Superba Krill Oil is a pure, natural source of the health-promoting EPA and DHA omega-3 essential fatty acids and the naturally occurring antioxidant astaxanthin. The uniqueness of Superba Krill Oil is that the omega-3 fatty acids are provided in phospholipid form. In vitro, in vivo and human clinical research has demonstrated the safety and efficacy of Superba Krill Oil. For more information, visit akerbiomarine.com.


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