Chinese omega-3 supplier wins sustainable seal

By Shane STARLING contact

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Chinese omega-3 supplier wins sustainable seal
Chinese omega-3 player KinOmega has won sustainability backing from Friends of the Sea.

Friend of the Sea gave its approval for its omega-3s sourced from tuna trimmings and Peruvian and European anchovy fisheries.

The backing came after the inspection verified that endangered species are not by-caught in the process and marine protected areas are respected.

“Our customers and omega-3 end consumers are concerned about the potential overexploitation of fish stocks and consequently they appreciate our efforts to source only from approved sustainable fisheries and trimmings,”​ said Daniel Zhang, KinOmega VP.

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