GC Rieber Oils launches VivoMega 70 DHA Ultra

GC Rieber Oils launches VivoMega 70 DHA Ultra

New 90 percent total omega-3 fish oil concentrate is formulated with a total omega-3 content of 820 mg/g as triglyceride.  

GC Rieber Oils announced the global launch of its new VivoMega 70 DHA Ultra omega-3 concentrate.

The new VivoMega 70 DHA Ultra, GC Rieber Oils’ first 90 percent total omega-3 fish oil concentrate, has been expertly formulated with a min 650 mg/g DHA as triglyceride (TG), and a total omega-3 content of 820 mg/g as triglyceride (TG).

“DHA omega-3 has been shown to support brain, eye and heart health benefits for all stages of life including mothers-to-be, infants, children and adults” commented Steve Dillingham, general manager of GC Rieber Oils Inc., Montclair, N.J. “The scientific evidence supporting the benefits of DHA is overwhelming, thus provided us with a compelling reason to introduce a high DHA concentrate product to the market."

GC Rieber Oils’ new state-of-the-art fish oil concentrate plant in Norway uses proprietary enzymatic technology that enables us to reach much higher levels of omega-3 than ever achieved before”, says Atle Jacobsen, sales and marketing director of GC Rieber Oils AS, Kristiansund, Norway. “This will provide new global market opportunities for us and our customers. Product specifications and pricing for the new VivoMega 70 DHA Ultra are now available.”

GCRO will be showcasing their new VivoMega 70 DHA Ultra product at the upcoming SupplySide West show being held this November in Las Vegas.

“I encourage all those in product development and R&D who are looking for a high DHA omega-3 fish oil concentrate to stop by our SSW booth (#17094) or contact me directly to set up a meeting, for additional product information or to try a sample”, concluded Dillingham.

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