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The AquaOmega Difference

The AquaOmega Difference

June 06, 2018 0 Comments

From ocean to bottle, we are fully transparent when it comes to the ingredients in our products. Because we regularly visit the fishing grounds from which our products are sourced, we have intimate knowledge of the origin and quality of our ingredients - and are proud to relay that the sustainably-caught fish are processed the very same day they are captured, preventing oxidation of any kind. Using highly advanced purification methods in a 5-star IFOS-certified facility which produces translucent oils with purity levels of over 94%, we deliver only the cleanest, most concentrated fish oil. Full 3rd party testing is done on all oil and finished products in order to ensure that we meet and exceed the most strict global standards for every bottle sold.

Our certifications include:

International Fish Oil Standards Program (IFOS):

IFOS is a third-party testing and certification program for fish oil supplements. It is a voluntary program that showcases the purity, potency and freshness of fish oils. Once a company subscribes to IFOS, their products are tested by specific lot/batch using direct analysis.

Friend of the Sea (FOS):

FOS is an internationally recognized, non-profit organization whose mission is to conserve the global marine habitat. FOS leads certification projects which verify the sustainability of fisheries, as well as omega-3 fish oil products.

Orivo-Certified Anchovies:

With our processing plant strategically located directly in the fishing grounds, along with the unique way our oils are harvested and processed, AquaOmega is able to provide oil that is certified by Orivo to be pure anchovy oil from the South Pacific. This is done with a very sophisticated ID test that not only verifies the exclusivity of the species, but also the region in which it is caught.




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