Friend of the Sea Certifies Neptune Wellness Solutions for Sustainable Practices

Friend of the Sea Certifies Neptune Wellness Solutions for Sustainable Practices

Canadian maker of wellness products based on fish oils commits to protection of marine wildlife

Neptune Wellness Solutions, a leading North American  turnkey provider  marine oils and other wellness products, has earned certification for sustainable practices by Friend of the Sea (FOS). FOS is the preeminent certification standard for products and services that respect and protect the marine environment. With this certification, Neptune Wellness Solutions can display the Friend of the Sea eco logo-on its marketing material.

 

“We congratulate Neptune Wellness Solutions on their commitment to protecting the marine environment through sustainable practices,” said Paolo Bray, Director of Friend of the Sea. “Their certification highlights the importance of the supply chain in seafood-based products like fish oils.”

 

Neptune’s business is based on the vision of providing great products and solutions for optimal health and wellness. The company is science-driven and focused on quality across its supply chain and production processes. Their fish oils are  intensively tested for a full range of specifications. They also have an IFOS 5-Star rating, which is the highest standard in the world.

 

FOS has certified  Neptune’s marine oil . These products offer natural omega-3 EPA and DHA in natural triglyceride (nTG) form. They are sourced from Anchovy, Sardine, Cod Liver, Wild Alaskan Salmon, Tuna and Pollock.

 

About Friend of the Sea

Friend of the Sea, a project of the World Sustainability Organization, awards sustainable practices in Fisheries, Aquaculture, Fishmeal and Omega 3 Fish Oil. The organization promotes pilot projects related to restaurants, sustainable shipping, whale and dolphin-watching, aquaria, ornamental fish, UV creams and others. It is the only sustainable fisheries certification program recognized and supervised globally by a National Accreditation Body.

 

For more information, visit https://friendofthesea.org/