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AstaReal, Inc.
Contact Info
Contact: Joe Kuncewitch, Nat'l Sls Mgr.
Phone: (609)614-6904
Street Address
3 Terri Ln., Unit 12
Burlington, NJ 08016

Cosmetics/Personal Care
- Anti-Aging
- Eye Cream
- Hair Regrowth
- Lotions/Creams
- Moisturizers
- Oils
- Sun Care Products
- Vitamin E Products
- Algae Supplements
- Antioxidants
- Astaxanthin
Vitamins/Supplements (Cont'd)
- Carotenoids
- Chewable/Gummy
- Cosmeceuticals
- Gluten-free
- Immune Enhancers
- Joint Care
- Kosher Supplements
- Liquids
- Muscle/Weight Gain Prod.
- Pet Supplements
- Sports Nutrition Supplements
- Tocotrienols
- Vitamins, Chewable
- Vitamins, Liquid
AstaReal® L10
AstaReal® P2AF
AstaReal® HBA
AstaReal® Softgels
About Us

Industry Supplier of: AstaREAL natural astaxanthin is available in 10% oil (non-GMO Project Verified), 2% powder, 1% water soluble liquid, and 2-6mg finished softgels.

Who's Who

Key Personnel:
Janice Brown, Technical Sales/Support
Joe Kuncewitch, National Sales Manager

Company Profile

Astaxanthin is a unique carotenoid with strong anti-inflammatory effects and synergies with other antioxidants. AstaREAL® natural astaxanthin from Haematococcus pluvialis microalgae, the most abundant source of astaxanthin in nature, is an ideal ingredient to support good health.  AstaReal is a world leader in research based natural astaxanthin health products that are marketed under the AstaREAL® brand. AstaREAL® astaxanthin is produced in Moses Lake, Washington. With clinically validated benefits for applications including skin health, muscle endurance, immune function, eye health, cardiovascular health and gastric health, AstaREAL® astaxanthin is an essential addition to your product portfolio. AstaReal offers a range of bulk products to fit different applications, allowing for the development of products that add astaxanthin´s unsurpassed antioxidant power. 

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