Aker BioMarine to discuss krill sustainability at SupplySide

Aker BioMarine to discuss krill sustainability at SupplySide

The krill supplier’s Chief Scientist Nils Hoem, Ph.D., will present a seminar on the power of phospholipids and sustainable sourcing.

Krill is among the fastest growing new product categories in the omega-3 space thanks to the unique benefits of krill's phospholipid EPA & DHA. Come learn why krill phospholipid oils deliver advantages not provided by other omega-3 sources, why krill phospholipids are the most bio-efficient omega-3s, and learn more about the Marine Stewardship Council certification validating Aker BioMarine's fishery as sustainable and traceable, increasingly important consumer considerations. Nils Hoem, chief scientist from Aker BioMarine, will be joined by a representative of MSC to talk about both the science and the sustainability of this valuable nutritional resource.


Please Join us on Wednesday, October 12, at 2:30-3:20pm, Presentation Room #10068on the show floor. 



Nils Hoem, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Aker BioMarine

Michael Griff, Commercial Manager, MSC

About Aker BioMarine

Aker BioMarine Antarctic is the only krill ingredient marketer that is primary in its supply. Aker BioMarine's proprietary Eco-Harvesting™ technology and on-board processing result in the unique composition of Superba™ Krill oil and provide full traceability from sea to shelf.  The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has granted certification to Aker BioMarine's fisheries, an exclusive distinction that no other krill fishery has earned. As part of an established commitment to substantiating krill's health benefits, Aker BioMarine continues to sponsor in vitro, in vivo, and human clinical trials with phospholipid EPA & DHA from krill oil, consistently demonstrating a higher uptake of phospholipid omega-3 fatty acids, improved blood lipid profiles, and increased uptake of DHA in brain tissue compared to other omega-3 fatty acid sources.

Additional information can be found at SuperbaKrill.com.

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