Algalif®, Icelandic producer of pure, high-grade, natural astaxanthin from microalgae, today announced it has achieved Non-GMO Project verification for its Astalíf™ 5% and 10% oleoresin ingredients.
"We are pleased to achieve this certification and believe it helps reinforce our commitment to quality and to our customers that want to avoid GMOs in their products," said Orri Björnsson, CEO of Algalif Iceland. "Much credit goes to our Quality team for its ongoing diligence in supporting and validating the purity and quality of all our products."
"Buyers are increasingly knowledgeable about what to look for when purchasing astaxanthin which supports our aim to offer the highest quality astaxanthin in the marketplace, at a competitive price," added Simon Seward, Algalif Global Business Director.
The Non-GMO Project Product Verification Program is North America’s only third-party verification for non-GMO food and products. This third-party verification ensures that Astalíf 5 and 10 have been comprehensively evaluated by an independent party for compliance with a standard developed by industry experts and stakeholders.
Astalíf is a potent natural antioxidant with multiple health benefits and a solid scientific foundation. It is manufactured to rigorous quality and sustainability standards. It is a specialty ingredient for nutraceuticals with applications in brain health, eye health, healthy aging, cardiovascular health, muscle endurance/recovery, and skin health.
Algalif also holds Novel Food, Halal, and Kosher certifications, and cGMP status for its world-class production facility.
Algalif® is a leading supplier of high-grade natural astaxanthin from microalgae, produced in an environmentally-friendly way at its state-of-the-art facility in Iceland. Manufactured to rigorous quality standards and supported by science, its premium astaxanthin, branded Astalíf®, is built on a solid foundation of quality, purity, and sustainability. Algalif utilizes proprietary growing and harvesting processes and leverages renewable resources from abundant Icelandic sources. Visit algalif.com to learn more.