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Webber Naturals Krill Oil Certified Sustainable

26 January 2015

NORTH AMERICA - Webber Naturals krill oils from Antarctic krill (Euphasia superba) is now carrying sustainable Friend of the Sea seal of approval.

The Canadian company has been found compliant with Friend of the Sea sustainability requirements following an assessment audit run by an independent certification body. Webber Naturals Royal Red Krill Oil is available in two potencies - 500mg and 1000mg and can be found in stores across Canada and the US.

The Antarctic krill is extracted from the Antarctic Pacific Ocean (FAO area nr. 88) by fleets which do not include IUU fishing vessels (Illegal, Unreported, Unregulated). The resource is not over-exploited according to the maximum annual sustainable harvest.

A certified Chain of Custody guarantees the sustainable origin of the products. Webber Naturals purchases oils only from Friend of the Sea approved suppliers.

“We are very proud to be Friend of the Sea certified. It is a very important achievement and it proves the sustainable origin of our product,” explained Don Bird Senior Executive VP Sales & Marketing.

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