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Algae-based solutions for Human Care


In a video interview at Jas La Rochelle (La Rochelle, France), Mrs Pi Nyvall, Olmix Group’s Scientific Director, described the diverse algae-based alternatives that Olmix Group offers for human nutrition and how algae can help us build a full antibiotic-free chain.

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A successful collaboration between Olmix Human Care and Vinpai!


For Food Olmix Human Care team and Vinpai, company specialized in the design of blends of food ingredients and food additives, have worked together to develop « Vin’Mayo Healthy Iod+ »: a mayonnaise source of iodine with an oil content reduced by 25%.

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Seaweed at the Interceltic Festival of Lorient


Olmix Group’s Human Care division Amadéite ran a booth at the Interceltic Festival of Lorient, France, to share the latest research on how seaweeds can improve human health.

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Discovering the seaweed world


Amadéite will be present at the 47th edition of the Interceltic Festival of Lorient for which Scotland will be the country of honor this year.

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Amadeite will take part in U’Cook Innovation symposium in Guingamp, France


The event will take place on March the 17th. Mrs Monique Ras and Mr Tony Da Cruz will deliver a dynamic presentation about seaweed for health and nutrition.

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Amadéite takes part in the 42nd International Food and Beverage Exhibition FOODEX JAPAN 2017


Amadéite, the Human Care division in Olmix Group, is promoting the new range of algae-based food supplements: “For Wellbeing”. Do not hesitate to come and visit us at booth 2C03!

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Algolife technical day at the Breizh Algae School


The ALGOLIFE project, started in September 2014, is a regional French project which aims to develop the recovery of bioactive molecules from macroalgae for high value-added destinations such as human nutrition and animal nutrition and health.

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OLMIX Group signs pledge to combat antimicrobial resistance at Davos summit


The declaration voiced support for a global plan set out by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Animal Health Organization (OIE) to reduce inappropriate use of antibiotics in humans and animals.