Bioriginal to distribute AlaskOmega in Europe

Bioriginal to distribute AlaskOmega in Europe

Organic Technologies finalized an exclusive distribution deal with Bioriginal for its omega-3 fish oil ingredients for sale into European and related countries.

Organic Technologies announced that it has finalized an exclusive distribution agreement with Bioriginal Europe/Asia B.V. for its line of AlaskOmega® Omega-3 fish oil nutritional ingredients for sale into European and related countries. AlaskOmega is a broad omega-3 ingredient line consisting of natural wild Alaskan fish oils, ethyl ester (EE) concentrates, and triglyceride (TG) concentrates. One of the unique characteristics of AlaskOmega is that is it the only omega-3 fish oil concentrate worldwide that is certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).

“We are pleased with the experience, dedication and knowledge that the Bioriginal team brings to the distribution and sales of our AlaskOmega products,” said Dan Wiley, vice president of nutrition and health for Organic Technologies. “Their 20-year history in producing and selling a broad range of omega-3, -6, and -9 essential fatty acids (EFAs) from plant and fish oils was a deciding factor for us when selecting a distribution partner. With the expert sales team at Bioriginal to provide prompt customer service, along with local warehousing and distribution of AlaskOmega from the Netherlands, we are now well prepared to supply the European market with an MSC-certified sustainable omega-3 ingredient.”

“Distribution of the AlaskOmega product range will be an excellent addition to our product ranges,” said René van Hoorn, business manager at Bioriginal. “The MSC, high-quality fish oil products match with our focus on sustainability and high quality omega products and concepts. Organic Technologies’ access to this unique source and dedication to making superior products were key elements in our decision to partner together.”

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