Biodroga fish oil supplements get FoS nod
Canadian supplement company Biodroga has received Friend of the Sea sustainability certification for its line of Omega 3 fish oil supplements.
According to Friend of the Sea, the company’s oils are sourced from Peruvian anchovies, European sardines, tuna trimmings and Antarctic krill. All of the species come from Friend of the Sea-approved purse seiners in areas where stocks are not over-exploited and fleets are sustainably managed.
Friend of the Sea also noted Biodroga buys oils only from Friend of the Sea-approved suppliers, and uses a certified chain of custody.
“Sustainability has been part of our company values for many years and we are proud to further our commitment,” said Marc Vaugeois, VP of Biodroga. “Integrating the FOS-certified oils in our current traceability, purity and quality standards will increase our customer’s commitment to providing an eco-responsible product to the consumer."