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     What you should know about microalgae and astaxanthin

           We try to answer the most important questions and give an overview of astaxanthin, microalgae and the advantages.

What is Astaxanthin?

The natural power antioxidant from the microalgae
Industrial production of astaxanthin from microalgae has existed since the 1990s. A lot has happened since then with regard to research and product developments.
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How is Astaxanthin made?

Use of the latest glass tube technology for a high quality product
There are various ways to produce microalgae biomass. Glass tube technology, which we use at our site in Trappenkamp, is a clean process.
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What is Spirulina?

The superfood with the blue twist
Spirulina is one of the most widely used microorganisms in the world for industrial production. The cyanobacterium not only has a plant-like amino acid spectrum, it also forms a unique, natural, blue dye.
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What are microalgae?

Learn more about the small, green all-rounders.
Microalgae have a special position for humans. They serve as a food base for all marine life, produce oxygen and form an astonishing variety of interesting ingredients that are of interest to numerous branches of industry.
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Natural or synthetic?

The difference between artificial and natural astaxanthin
Astaxanthin can also be produced artificially in the laboratory. However, this synthetic form has no food approval and properties other than natural astaxanthin.
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Our projects

Start into a green future with R&D
Only through research and development can we develop and optimize our production in order to produce a high quality product. In addition, more efficient production systems reduce costs and protect the environment.
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