The process of harvesting, collecting and preserving the unique wild microalgae New Earth uses in its many products can be a sometimes confusing process, but it needn’t be. In fact, all things considered, it’s relatively simple. From the time the algae is gathered in Oregon’s Klamath Lake to when it is frozen and stored, the special techniques in place allow the company to capture and preserve the many nutrients found within the algae in just a few hours’ time. This ensures when you choose New Earth you can expect high quality in every product, every single time.
- Klamath Lake is technically a river, as water constantly flows in and out of it.
- Crater Lake is often called the “Mother Ship” for Klamath’s watershed because the groundwater begins there. It’s the deepest lake in the nation and one of the purest in the world.
- The Klamath Basin—where Wild Microalgae is collected—sits on the Pacific Flyway and the Pacific Ring of Fire.
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There is a very good reason why New Earth holds as many quality certifications as it does; the company believes whole-heartedly in providing the very best that nature has to offer. This amounts to careful handling and testing of all ingredients involved, which helps pay off in unsurpassed quality in the end. In fact, New Earth has become synonymous with high standards all across the board, a behavior that’s afforded the company accolades, praise and admiration.
- Wild Microalgae was the first wild algae to be certified organic (2001) and the only to carry a GMP registration.
- Each batch of algae is tested at least nine times for quality and purity before it leaves the facility.
- Present in every single product, New Earth Wild Microalgae is USDA-certified organic by Pro-Cert Organic Systems, the foremost national organic food certifier in North America.
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