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ADM introduces Onavita DHA algal oil

April 7, 2017
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

Archer Daniels Midland Company has introduced Onavita DHA algal oil, a new DHA product from a high-quality, reliable U.S. algae supplier.

Onavita DHA algal oil is the newest addition to ADM’s Omega-3 product line, which also includes Onavita ALA from non-GMO flaxseed oil. Omega-3s are vital for proper cell function and credited with powerful benefits for the brain and body, including cognitive development and heart and eye health in every stage of life for humans. ALA is the essential omega-3 that must be obtained through diet since it is not produced by the body. DHA is derived from ALA in the body, but scientific experts believe separate dietary consumption is needed.

“This latest expansion of our natural health and nutrition portfolio is another exciting measure in our continued commitment to provide product developers the solutions they need to create better-for-you consumer-preferred products,” said Mike Zora, general manager, Nutrition and Health, ADM.

ADM’s Onavita DHA algal oil can be used in a wide variety of dietary supplements and fortified food products and provides vegan and allergen-free labeling options for food, beverage and supplement developers. Applications range from traditional supplements, gel caps & gummies to toddler nutrition, beverages & dairy products, and more.

Archer Daniels Midland Company is one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers, with approximately 32,000 employees serving customers in more than 160 countries. ADM’s global value chain includes approximately 500 crop procurement locations, 250 ingredient manufacturing facilities, and 38 innovation centers making products for food, animal feed, industrial and energy uses.

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