Salmon blood used as iron supplement


The aquaculture industry has found a novel use for salmon blood which could improve the health of millions of people

For decades the industry has been working on transforming blood into a useful product and now Norwegian salmon farmer, Lerøy believes it has cracked it with a food supplement which makes full use of an easily-absorbed form of iron.

According to the company, the new supplement, named SalmoFer, is not just the world’s first iron ingredient from salmon, but also the first of its kind.

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