Apr 2 2014, 5:00pm CDT | by PR.com
Mason, OH, April 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Source-Omega announced today it has opened several new pharmaceutical sales accounts this year with their true 50 percent DHA algae oil. The key to their success is expertise in the lipid biochemistry of algae oil, which has helped train the oil to create new trade positions.
A new algae oil supply was launched two years ago, starting at 35 percent DHA oil and now climbing to 50 percent DHA oil in 2014, all while offing the same price as the 35 percent standard.
“SOURCE OIL™ continues to brand scientific achievements into 3rd party Intellectual Property. Pharma is able to appreciate a better ingredient product and price will naturally fit into new product developments. Companies want uncut 100% real algae oil, higher omega-3 concentrations and a published omega-3 scientist’s services, not a sales rep. We offer a fresh start for the future, so Pharma CEOs need to be involved for my interest. It goes both ways when finding the right fit,” said Scott Doughman, PhD, CEO and Chief Scientific Officer at Source-Omega.
The Source-Omega company has a history of innovation in algae oil. Their recent standard carves out exclusive positions they consider more competitive than ever before.
A trade in algae oil omega-3s has been broadening over the past year with new sources of oil and new products entering the market. Statements of quality certification and production consistency are replacing questions with answers.
When asked to explain how his company was able to achieve a 500mg/g DHA oil naturally, Dr Doughman indicated processing without chemicals, winterization, and trade secrets related to algae strain, growth and lipid biochemistry techniques all made the difference, not industrial processing.
“It takes time and focus to get over 500mg DHA naturally. It’s science not technology in this case. I have been talking about the ‘training’ of algae oil characteristics since 2006 as an NIH Fellow. I started the company in part expecting opportunity because of this trainable feature. The ‘molecular trainability’ of oil characteristics in this Kingdom of life is what struck me as scientifically unique and valuable,” said Dr Doughman
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