Ocean Nutrition and DSM: Expanding Omega-3 Portfolio


The best catch of the day is no longer the biggest fish; it’s the best source of Omega-3. Omega-3s are the healthy fats that support brain, eye
and heart health. More than 14,000 scientific studies have demonstrated the important health benefits of Omega-3s at every life stage. Scientifically-speaking, Omega-3s are poly-unsaturated fatty acids… the good fats found in marine fish and algae. Most of us, on a Western diet with grains and meat, do not get enough of these fatty acids. We need to eat more fish to provide these important omega-3s. This is why omega-3 sources have become one of the fastest-growing nutritional ingredients. DSM, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of ingredients for health & nutrition, is now joining forces with Ocean Nutrition Canada… …one of the world’s leading fish oil Omega-3 producers, based in Nova Scotia, Canada. Ocean Nutrition Canada is a leader with its MEG-3 brand of fish oil and powder… … In fact, MEG-3 is the widely considered the most trusted source of fish oil Omega-3. Ocean Nutrition Canada is highly complementary with DSM’s existing nutrition activities. Together with DSM, Ocean Nutrition can now take Meg-3 to a global market… where more and more people are keen to live a healthy life. Together, both companies are keen to help clients meet the growing consumer demand for healthier, more nutritious products… products that deliver on the promise, of using bright science to create brighter lives.

2 thoughts on “Ocean Nutrition and DSM: Expanding Omega-3 Portfolio

  1. Omega 3 is best gotten from ground, raw flax seed. Seafood is an ever increasing uncertain, regarding mutation from radiation and oil contamination. Nothing from the Gulf and Pacific, should be eaten.

  2. Actually the best source is from microalgae, which DSM also supplies. Microalgae gives you an Omega-3 renewable source, without any ocean contaminants and also vegetarian. Flax seed requires arable land and most of its omega-3 is ALA instead of mostly DHA or EPA for microalgae (which is much more beneficial to humans)

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