Aker BioMarine Antarctic US, Inc.
Contact Info
Email: info.us@akerbiomarine.com
Phone: (206)855-6736
Fax: (206)855-6727
Street Address
410 Newport Way NW, Ste. D
Issaquah, WA 98027
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Miscellaneous
Vitamins/Supplements
- Antioxidants
- Astaxanthin
Vitamins/Supplements (Cont'd)
- Essential Fatty Acids (EFA)
- Krill Oil
- Phospholipids
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Brands
Superba Krill
About Us

Industry Supplier of: Aker BioMarine is an industry leader dedicated to the sustainable harvest of krill and development of krill-derived biotech products.

Who's Who

Key Personnel:
Todd Norton, VP New Bus. Dev.
Molly McMahon, Sr. Acct Mgr.
Becky Wright, Mktg. Dir.
Corey Norton, VP Sls.

Company Profile

Aker BioMarine Antarctic is a vertically integrated biotechnology company dedicated to the sustainable harvest of krill and development of krill-derived products. Its flagship ingredient—Superba™ Krill—is a pure, sustainable source of phospholipid-bound EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids and the naturally occurring antioxidant astaxanthin. Phospholipid-bound omega-3s are highly bio-efficient, resulting in the ability to provide more concentrated doses of EPA and DHA and smaller capsules that are easier to swallow and digest, unlike other omega-3 sources. As part of an established commitment to substantiating krill’s health benefits, Aker continues to sponsor in vitro, in vivo, and human clinical trials on phospholipid EPA and DHA from krill oil. Aker BioMarine takes its environmental responsibilities very seriously. The company’s proprietary Eco-Harvesting™ technology and on-board, ISO-certified processing result in the sustainable and 100% traceable harvest of Superba™ Krill. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has granted MSC certification to Aker BioMarine Antarctic’s fisheries, an exclusive distinction that no other krill fishery has earned. Visit: www.superbakrill.com.

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