MegaRed Krill Oil Certified for Sustainability

October 28, 2011

Aker BioMarine (Oslo, Norway) reports that Schiff’s (Salt Lake City) MegaRed omega-3 krill oil is now certified for sustainability by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).

Aker BioMarine (Oslo, Norway) reports that Schiff’s (Salt Lake City) MegaRed omega-3 krill oil is now certified for sustainability by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). MegaRed krill oil is manufactured with Aker’s Superba brand krill oil.

“Now consumers of MegaRed omega-3 krill oil can be assured that the krill supplement they have chosen is certified sustainable, has minimal impact on the environment, and has 100% traceability from sea to shelf,” said Matts Johansen, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Aker BioMarine Antarctic.

The Marine Stewardship Council is an independent organization providing environmental sustainability certification for commercial fisheries and commercial seafood products that meet a set of strict environment standards. Standards relate to facility environmental impact and impact on marine life populations. 

Aker says it is the only MSC-certified krill fishery on the global market.

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