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Algae.Tec announces expanded product range

May 16, 2017
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

Algae.Tec Limited has announced its planned expansion into a range of high-value product lines. Their controlled growth proprietary technology combined with their algae species research and development has enabled the Company to develop a series of high quality liquid and powder algae-based products with, what they say, is “the optimum balance of essential amino acids, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals for applications in the human nutraceutical, aquaculture and animal feed markets.”

The Company’s FeedMe™ algae product line was officially launched in April with first sales through its website, www.feedmealgae.com, and to leading downstream product formulators and distributors.

“This product line adds to the diversity of the Algae.Tec brand and it demonstrates our extensive knowledge of algae species and our ability to expand our current markets of nutraceutical oils, biofuel, aquaculture and animal feeds through the Company’s innovative proprietary technology for the sustainable growth of algae,” said Algae.Tec’s Managing Director, Peter Hatfull. “This is in addition to the ability to adapt and license the technology itself for other agricultural uses, such as in the recently announced move into the medical marijuana industry.”

“A main part of the Company’s focus continues to be on the development of algae for use as sustainable biofuels, together with effective sequestration of CO2 emissions, and this is developing well with a team currently in India at the Reliance Industries site,” said Mr. Hatfull.

“However, the work undertaken in this area,” he says, “has led to the development of proprietary technology that is directly applicable to cultivate alternative algae species for use in additional markets where high value quality food supplements are in demand, as in the nutraceutical industry, where the Company continues to work with Gencor to cultivate the highest return products.”

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