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Algae in food for aquarium fish

  • essential nutrients: source of protein, fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, fibre and minerals, including phosphorus, iron, zinc and magnesium
  • superior purity: natural product of the highest quality, free from heavy metals, pesticides, microbes and other contaminants
  • improved health: there are indications that the nutrients in algae enhance the quality of the skin and the mucus layer and that chlorophyll has positive effects on digestion
  • pigmentation: the antioxidants have a positive effect on fish’ pigmentation

Microalgae are natural, sustainable ingredients with nutritional and functional properties. Algae are a source of protein, fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fibre.

Algae are available in various colour and nutrient densities. Our algae range from white and yellow to a natural dark green, all with different nutrient compositions. Phycom microalgae have consistent quality and superior purity.

Benefits of Phycom algae in food for aquarium fish

We will gladly use our know-how to help you identify innovative product applications involving microalgae. We have experience with product development in aquafeed segment. So, Phycom can help you develop fish feeds containing microalgae. Contact us and discover the possibilities for your product.

Algae suitable aquarium fish feed applications

Chlorella sorokiniana powder

Chlorella sorokiniana

Intense green natural colourant
Characteristic umami flavour
Composition: 5% fatty acids,
20% fibre, 38% protein

Chlorella vulgaris powder

Chlorella vulgaris

Intense green natural colourant
Mild umami flavour
Composition: 15% fatty acids,
30% fibre, 40% protein

Golden Chlorella

Golden Chlorella®

Natural yellow colour
Sweet corn-like flavour
Composition: 14% fatty acids,
34% fibre, 37% protein
®Trade mark of Alver World SA

Parachlorella kessleri powder

Parachl. kessleri Sol

Deep yellow to ocher colour
Creamy near nutty flavour
Composition: 9% fatty acids,
19% fibre, 29% protein