What makes Allysian Omega™ a sustainable source of omega-3?
There are over 85 different species of krill in multiple locations throughout the globe. Allysian Omega™ Neptune Krill Oil® only uses Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). The total biomass of the species alone weighs in at approximately 420 million metric tons. Krill harvesting is highly regulated and is governed by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources, who establishes yearly allowable fishing quotas. Krill harvesting respects the krill bloom, protecting the normal patterns of the incredibly diverse marine organism.
Our Allysian Omega™ Neptune Krill Oil® has also earned a Friend of the Sea certification for its sustainable krill harvesting standards. Our sustainability standards ensure that harvesting practices do not have irreversible effects on this remarkable and valuable organism. Our goal is to ensure that it remains a sustainable resource for human health and primary food source for whales, seals, penguins, and countless other marine creatures. Allysian's sources adhere to strict international guidelines of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) that safeguard the continuation of the krill bloom in the southern Antarctic Ocean.