Omega Fish line by Italian EOS Secondo Natura meets Friend of the Sea standard
14 May 2018
_Italian cosmetic and natural remedies company EOS Secondo Natura
achieves Friend of the Sea certification for Omega Fish product line from European sardine and Chub mackerel fished in the Eastern Central Atlantic (FAO Area 34) and Skipjack tuna from both the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean. (FAO Area 51).
Friend of the Sea’s standard for sustainable Omega-3 fish oils
certifies that the oil originates only from fisheries that are compliant with Friend of the Sea’s sustainable fishing requirements, including good fishery management, selective fishing gears and social responsibility, and that a full chain of custody is in place throughout the supply and production chain.
EOS Secondo Natura is based in Musestre di Roncade in the province of Treviso, Northern Italy. The company produces a range of products such as cosmetics, natural remedies, essential oils and raw materials for clays and teas.
“Friend of the Sea certification represents a further demonstration of our corporate philosophy promoting an accurate research of raw materials and personal care products that are safe and effective with no negative impact on the environment. Friend of the Sea seal will add value, control and quality to our supplements”, comments Mrs Antonella Fontana from EOS.
EOS’s commitment to sustainability is putting in practice by sourcing biodegradable and plant origin ingredients and selecting local suppliers and employees, to reduce the environmental impact of transportation.
“We are glad to record the increasing environmental awareness and engagement of the Italian nutraceutical industry. We welcome EOS Friend of the Sea certification providing Omega3 consumers with environmentally sustainable supplements,” comments Paolo Bray, founder and director of Friend of the Sea.