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Neiker-Tecnalia and FARMARABA produce Omega 3 using marine plant micro-organisms
Date:5/6/2013

e nutritional and more health-giving. For many years the food market has been offering new products with a high fibre content, low in fat, fat-free or low in sugar, but the demand for health-giving foodstuffs continues to expand and consumers are seeking new, more sophisticated products that include compounds essential for health, like Omega 3 fatty acids.

The year 2000 saw the launching onto the market worldwide of nearly 140 new products that contained Omega 3, while nearly 2,000 appeared in 2009; this accounts for approximately 3% of the total of new products on the food market. The market for products with Omega 3 is set to go on expanding in Europe at a rate of 24% per year until 2014, according to a recent study by the Frost & Sullivan consulting company.


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