Spirulina is a type of seaweed belonging to the blue-green algae family that has been grown in nature for centuries.

It has an ongoing formation without any human intervention through natural and organic processes. However, when the increase in the human population and the development of industrial processes caused the pollution of our seas and waters, as well as the accumulation of serious toxins and heavy metals in aquatic organisms, human beings began to search for new ones.

     For this reason, there are situations such as toxin and heavy metal accumulation in algae obtained by organic formation directly in natural environments. Due to this situation, serious investments are made in the production of spirulina in the cultural environment in our country and in Europe. In culture production, real spirulina was taken from its natural environment and started to be produced in giant culture pools, which were created by obtaining a conformity report as a result of examinations made in university laboratories.

     It is observed that the spirulina grown in the culture medium does not lose any value in terms of content, and it has a much lower heavy metal content and high quality, especially in heavy metal, than the spirulina powders imported from China and India. Algolina Spirulina, which makes the largest investment in domestic production spirulina in our country, produces in accordance with ISO 22000 HACCP and 9001 Quality Management standards, as well as has GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) and Halal (Halal) certificates.

In addition, it is possible to reach the phrase Domestic Production by querying the Approved Supplementary Foods List of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture.

Many analyzes and inspections such as heavy metal analysis, protein analysis, fatty acid sequences are regularly performed on Algolina Spirulina products.