Nature’s Crops hosting virtual event live from farms, fields producing Ahiflower oil


Natures Crops International, producer of plant-based Ahiflower oil, is hosting a virtual event, “Finding Ahiflower,” on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 10 – 11 a.m. ET.


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Natures Crops International (Winston-Salem, NC), producer of plant-based Ahiflower oil, is hosting a virtual event, “Finding Ahiflower,” on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 10 – 11 a.m. ET that will explore regenerative farming, marine eco-conservation, and emerging health science on a vegan source of omegas. It will also include interviews with industry experts, live from the fields and farms producing Ahiflower, and an interactive Q&A. 

Participants will benefit from the expert acumen of respected researchers, healthcare practitioners, conservationists, and agronomists, including;

  • David Sneed, executive director of the Coastal Conservation Association
  • Expert UK farmer and Ahiflower grower, Ian Hurst
  • Respected naturopathic physician, Dr. Andrew Myers, ND

“Ahiflower has shifted the perception of plant-based omegas, providing a sustainable and efficacious vegan alternative, and in this inspiring event, we share personal stories, industry knowledge and technical insights that shed light on this small, remarkable flower,” said Greg Cumberford, vice president, science & regulatory at Natures Crops, in a press release. “We speak with renowned industry experts on agriculture, biology, nutrition and health – diving deep into sustainable sourcing methods, and into emerging scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Ahiflower for people and the planet.”

  • Attendees will gain insights into the science and sustainability of Ahiflower, including:
  • Regenerative, sustainable agricultural practices
  • Cultivating opportunities for farming communities
  • Impact of diminishing sources of marine based omegas
  • Securing long-term supply chains for omega-rich oils to meet global demand
  • Industry need for plant-based, omega-rich alternatives
  • Clinical evidence of potency and efficacy

Ahiflower plant has an overall fatty acid content higher than any other botanical source known. Human clinical evidence supports Ahiflower as the single richest plant-based source of omega-3-6-9 oil—four times more efficient within the body than flaxseed oil.

Sign up here for “Finding Ahiflower.”

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