LATEST PRESS RELEASES

Dec 01, 2021

Veramaris hires pet food ingredient sales expert Jean-Francois Laudouze to strengthen its position in Europe.

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LATEST PRESS RELEASES

Aug 26, 2021

ASC-MSC certified marine algae producer Veramaris is introducing the SAS® Viya® analytics suite as part of the company’s digital journey. 

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LATEST NEWS

LATEST NEWS

Jul 15, 2021

Around the world almost 20% of wild capture fish is solely used to feed other fish, putting huge pressure on vulnerable marine ecosystems. Veramaris and other key microalgae stakeholders have submitted a letter to Carmen Preising, Deputy Head of Cabinet of the European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, expressing our commitment to working with The European Commission on their #EU4Algae initiative.  

 

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LATEST NEWS

Feb 23, 2021

FMI—The Food Industry Association, today releases the 2021 Power of Seafood, which finds the seafood department was a leading driver in the percentage of increased grocery sales in 2020 with a 28.4% increase in sales, which exceeded the sales growth of the produce, meat or deli departments.

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A 1980s NASA project started our sustainable algae technology, for you to farm MORE and HEALTHIER fish today.

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Who
we are

Veramaris is a joint venture of DSM and Evonik. We collaborate because only together were we able to develop an innovation that helps set new standards for sustainable food production – a vision shared by the scientists and engineers at the two parent companies.

What
we do

The story of Veramaris starts where all life began – the ocean. Deep down in the sea, we found an original source of the two essential omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Highly concentrated, our algal oil offers the animal nutrition industry an alternative and reliable source of omega-3.

Why
we do it

At Veramaris, we feel a responsibility to help conserve marine life. Using our pioneering omega-3 from natural marine algae, we enable partners along the value chain to become independent of marine resources ‒ making them leading stewards of the ocean.