MOM’S GARDEN CERTIFIED FOR SUSTAINABLE FISH OIL IN THEIR OMEGA-3 PRODUCTS
Mom’s Garden Certified for Sustainable Fish Oil in their Omega-3 Products
Mom’s Garden produces innovative food supplements specially designed for the whole family.
Friend of the Sea, the global certification standard for products and services that respect and protect the marine environment, is pleased to certify Mom’s Garden for its commitment to employ sustainably sourced fish oil in its Omega-3 supplements. Thus, the company can now display the Friend of the Sea logo on their wellness products designed for the whole family, including pets.
Mom’s Garden is an innovative German company with a focus on healthy and enjoyable food supplements. Through rigorous scientific research, the company has developed high-quality products focusing on innovation and efficacy. At the center of this effort is their Product Innovation Center which works with the most promising ingredients and formulations worldwide.
As a part of this philosophy, Mom’s Garden is committed to using earth-friendly fish oil harvested and extracted through sustainable fishing practices in their Omega-3 products designed for adults, infants, and pets.
“As the demand for omega-3 fish oil grows, so does the demand for fishing important species like sardines and anchovies, which are rich sources of the omega-3s EPA and DHA we and our pets need for optimal health. Mom’s Garden believes that ensuring healthy seas is essential for guaranteeing a healthy planet for generations to come,” said Leigh Danielsen, Director of Innovation and Sourcing, USA & Europe. “By certifying our products with Friend of the Sea, Mom’s Garden can be assured that our fish oil is sourced from the best environmental choices.”
By complying with the Friend of the Sea certification guidelines, Mom’s Garden can guarantee the traceability of its fish oil back to a well-managed and sustainable source.
“It’s encouraging to see a company like Mom’s Garden commit to sustainable fishing practices. It sends the right message to consumers about the importance of preserving the ecosystem and the species that provide us with these valuable nutrients,” said Paolo Bray, CEO and Founder of Friend of the Sea.
Friend of the Sea Omega-3 producers’ verify their suppliers are listed as approved and therefore implement sustainable fishing practices. In this way, they can provide a third-party assurance to consumers worldwide. The criteria for sustainable nutraceutical products require well-managed sources of fish oil and fishmeal ingredients, traceability, and social accountability.
Friend of the Sea’s mission is to protect aquatic resources by promoting sustainable fishing, aquaculture, nutraceutical products, dolphin and whale watching, ornamental fish trade, and shipping.