Based at booth C18 at the exhibition area, the Olmix Human Care team presented not only the different applications of seaweed for animal and human health and nutrition but also met with many partners and visitors to discuss new and innovative ways to develop sustainable food based on natural resources.
Thus, it was only natural for the Olmix team to share its knowledge and know-how also on stage, where Mrs Pi Nyvall, Olmix Group’s Scientific Director, delivered a technical lecture on how to sustainably produce new algae-sourced ingredients to be introduced into the food and feed industry for improved health and nutrition.
“Algae possess a lot of potential when it comes to plant, animal and human care. Along with trace elements and clay minerals, algae can be applied for plant health and nutrition, animal health and feed, and human food and health. Furthermore, they they do not need arable land or fresh water to grow, so their production do not compete with other food sources . In addition, they can grow up to 30% per day!”, Nyvall explained.
The stand of Olmix Group at JAS La Rochelle.