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ADM joins aquaculture revolution with DHA Natur

June 9, 2016
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

ADMAnimal feed giant ADM Animal Nutrition™, a division of Archer Daniels Midland Company, has introduced a new highly-concentrated source of omega-3 fatty acid for the aquaculture industry called DHA Natur™. DHA Natur is a dried algae biomass rich in docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

“ADM Animal Nutrition has reached a significant milestone by bringing to the market a sustainably-produced, microalgae product, DHA Natur™,” said Peter Bergstrom, international business manager for ADM Animal Nutrition. “The market interest for an alternative source of DHA is significant, and we are currently scaling up production to meet the increasing demand.”

DHA Natur is a non-genetically modified, vegetable source of DHA. It is derived through a controlled fermentation process using ADM’s microalgae-based technology that allows heterotrophic algae to be produced more efficiently than phototrophic algae. DHA Natur is comprised of 17-20 percent (as-is basis) DHA and is a high-quality meal product that is free of heavy metals and pesticides.

DHA Natur is currently approved for use in the European Union and Chile, with plans to secure regulatory approval in the U.S. and Canada in the near future.

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