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Source-Omega grows as DHA private labeler

March 14, 2016
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

Source-Omega is developing a line of water-extracted DHA algae oil products from Chromista (Schizochytrium Sp.).

Source-Omega is developing a line of water-extracted DHA algae oil products from Chromista (Schizochytrium Sp.).

Mason, Ohio-based Source-Omega has announced that they are supplying 3rd party DHA omega-3 supplement private labels for launch in the first half of 2016. Several of the new DHA products seek to benefit prenatal, pregnant and nursing markets in the USA, China and Singapore.

SOURCE OIL® is a water-extracted DHA algae oil from Chromista (Schizochytrium Sp.). “I’m proud to say water extracted DHA Chromista oil is pure, safe and gentle in every way,” said Dr. Scott Doughman, CEO and CSO of Source-Omega, LLC.

The pure unblended high-strength natural DHA is featured in clear vegetarian mini-capsules. The formulation is claimed to be the first forever clear algae oil without risk of clouding, aggregations or particulates since it is water extracted and not solvent extracted.

“Perfecting the algae oil capsule was achieved by removing excipients and solvent processing for a forever best offering,” he said.

Source-Omega is also private labeling its liquid DHA, their second proprietary formulation, for baby and mother. The liquid DHA will be used in three new branded products also approved for 2016. The company’s liquid DHA is being distributed through over-the-counter and pharmacy-counter sales, made in the USA, cGMP. “The organic lemon flavoring is also not solvent extracted.” Dr. Doughman pointed out.

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