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Article: Update; Collagen Hydrolysate from Wild Cod

Update; Collageen Hydrolysaat van Wilde kabeljauw

Update; Collagen Hydrolysate from Wild Cod

Our Collagen Hydrolysate was previously sourced from wild cod, but we have recently switched to a new source of wild marine fish, including pollock, haddock and flounder. This is because cod has become an endangered species and no longer has the MSC certification confirming that the fish has been sustainably caught.

Protecting endangered fish species and conserving our oceans is an important issue and we are committed to contributing to these efforts. That's why we switched to more abundant and non-endangered fish species for our Collagen Hydrolyzate.

Our new collagen comes from the same supplier in Norway and is processed in the same high-quality way. It is the same high quality and contains almost identical concentrations of amino acids glycine, lysine and proline

We understand that choosing sustainable products is important to our customers and that is why we are happy that we have made this responsible choice. We remain committed to using sustainable and ethical sources for all our products and hope that our customers will also contribute to the conservation of our oceans and their inhabitants.

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