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Solarvest relocates to new facilities

August 16, 2013
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

solarvestSolarvest’s operating division Solarvest (P.E.I.) Inc. has relocated to its newly renovated facilities in Montague, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Solarvest obtained the 30,000 sq. ft. facility on a lease to own basis and has completed improvements for the laboratory and production facility.

The company’s primary focus is omega-3 fatty acids and the goal of research and operations at the new facility is to increase the yields and maximize the efficiency of the production of omega-3 fatty acids from microalgae utilizing Solarvest’s proprietary organic process.

Solarvest plans to satisfy the growing need for premium organic omega-3 with its Nanuk brand products, intended to provide organic food processors the opportunity to enhance their products.

The new operating division address is 3867 Greenfield Rd., Montague, PE. C0A 1R0, Canada.

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