NovoSana achieves Friend of the Sea certification for Omega – 3
NovoSana (Taicang) Co. Ltd – a company specialized in manufacturing of nutritional oils located close to Shanghai – has recently obtained the Friend of the Sea certification for Omega – 3 products originating from healthy stocks of a variety of species, including anchovies, sardines and tuna trimmings.
NovoSana receives raw materials from Friend of the Sea approved fisheries, which operate in different areas of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. Fish stocks are not overfished or overexploited in those areas.
In addition, the presence of a specific traceability system assures that certified products respect the certification requirements, excluding the possibility of a mix with non-certified products.
“Friend of the Sea certification sends a very clear message to our customers regarding our strong commitment to sustainability,” explains Jan Willem Ypma, CEO of NovoSana. “Marine habitat preservation is a priority at NovoSana. We are proud to receive Friend of the Sea certification as NovoSana is committed to deliver high quality and sustainable Omega-3 products globally. »
NovoSana (Taicang) Co. Ltd
NovoSana (Taicang) Co. Ltd., a 100% subsidiary of NovoSana (Europe) BV in the Netherlands, is focused on healthy Omega-3 ingredients from natural sources to clients in China, Asia and the global market. The company offers a wide range of high quality products and services, including OMAX®, a range of Omega-3 oils and powders. The company is managed by a team of European and Chinese professionals with sustainability, quality, continuous innovation, trust and strong customer relationships as core business values.
Friend of the Sea
Friend of the Sea is an international certification program for products from sustainable fisheries and aquaculture. Over 500 companies in more than 50 countries have relied on Friend of the Sea to assess the sustainable origin of their seafood. Audits, based on the best and the most updated available scientific data, are run by accredited independent certification bodies. Recently the program has expanded to the certification of sustainable shipping, ornamental fish and whale watching operators.