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Nutrex Hawaii to Showcase Non-GMO Project Verified Spirulina Pacifica Superfood at 2013 Natural Products Expo West
Date:3/6/2013

Kailua-Kona, Hawaii (PRWEB) March 06, 2013

Nutrex Hawaii, Inc. announced today that its Spirulina Pacifica products have earned Non-GMO Project Verification. The Non-GMO Project offers North America’s only third-party verification for non-GMO food and products. Nutrex Hawaii’s line of Hawaiian Spirulina products includes tablets and powder and is sold at natural food stores and online at http://www.Nutrex-Hawaii.com. The products will be showcased during Natural Products Expo West at booth #2033.

“Non-GMO Project Verification reinforces our commitment to producing high quality non-GMO products,” said Jen Johansen, Vice President of Quality & Regulatory Affairs, Nutrex Hawaii, Inc. “Consumers respect this third-party verification and we are proud that we can now showcase the seal on our labels.”

Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, are plants or animals that are created through the experimental gene splicing techniques of biotechnology. GMOs have not been proven to be safe and may cause health issues. There is no mandatory labeling of GMOs in the US and Canada, where GMOs are present in over 80% of packaged foods.

Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica is a unique superior strain of Spirulina with the highest known nutritional content in the world. It’s all natural, 100% vegetarian and Kosher Certified. It’s the only Spirulina cultured in a BioSecure Zone free of herbicides and pesticides on the sunny Kona coast of Hawaii. Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica thrives in ponds fed with 100% fresh drinking water from Hawaiian aquifers and pure, deep ocean water drawn from 2000 feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. This ultra-pure, deep ocean water enriches Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica with trace minerals, and is a unique natural resource used in the company’s
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