Omega-3 fish oil product certified sustainable

23 Oct 2017
BioSchwartz Omega-3 fish oil is made with sustainably sourced European sardine, anchovy and mackerel

BioSchwartz Omega-3 fish oil is made with sustainably sourced European sardine, anchovy and mackerel

A new Omega-3 fish oil product has achieved kudos for its use of sustainably sourced and wild-caught fish from Iceland.

The new Friend of the Sea certified dietary supplement from the US company BioSchwartz, originates from Icelandic stocks of European sardine, anchovy and mackerel.

“At BioSchwartz, we strive to offer only the finest nutritional supplements available, with quality, purity, safety, and eco-centricity at the heart of our superior standards,” said a company spokesperson.

“Partnering with such a well-known and highly regarded authority brings immeasurable value to our brand by promoting transparency of practices, cultivating consumer trust, and ensuring that BioSchwartz and our affiliates continue to nurture nature.”

Paolo Bray, director of Friend of the Sea added that the certification confirms and adds a great value to Friend of the Sea's presence in the Omega-3 US market.

BioSchwartz is a popular brand in the States. Its other offerings to the market including its Turmeric Curcumin product is currently best seller on Amazon in Vitamins & Dietary supplements category.

Friend of the Sea's standard certifies that a full traceability system is in place throughout the supply chain, from the fisheries to manufacturing facility and the finished product.

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