Spirulina Credentials

  • World Health Organization

    Spirulina represents an interesting food for multiple reasons, rich in iron and protein, and is able to be administered to children without any risk. We at WHO consider it a very suitable food” – United Nations World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland June 8, 1993

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  • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

    USDA – Spirulina, serves as a nutritional supplement and food additive and, also, as a feed component.” (USDA Economic research service , June 13, 2012) Contains the highest ratio of essential amino acids in a natural, bioavailable form when compared to peas, beans, spinach, soy, whey or egg whites (USDA listings)

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  • UN – Spirulina- was declared by the United Nations World Food Conference of 1974 as The Best Food For The Future http://iimsam.org/

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  • IIMSAM works to promote the use of Spirulina against severe malnutrition. It has been established through two international agreements that are recognized in the UN Treaty Series. IIMSAM is accredited as a Permanent Observer with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), in keeping with resolution E/2003/212, dated 5th March 2003.

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  • FAO – There is a need for both national governments and inter-governmental organizations to re-evaluate the potential of Spirulina to fulfill both their own food security needs as well as a tool for their overseas development emergency response efforts” – The UN-Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Report on Spirulina 2008

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  • NASA – We propose therefore to develop a design for membrane-based photoreactors for Lunar and Mars exploration habitat LSS, for the cultivation of genetically modified strains of Spirulina to scrub CO2 and supply Astronauts with O2, protein, vitamins, and immunostimulators ( Novel Concept for LSS Based on Advanced Micro algal Biotechnologies Feb 2006 )

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  • FDA – “Spirulina is Generally Recognized As Safe. (GRAS) Under sections 201(s) and 409 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act .In July 2014, the FDA approved for use in a wider range of products, including frostings, ice cream and frozen desserts, dessert coatings and toppings, beverage mixes and powders, yogurts, custards, puddings, cottage cheese, gelatin, breadcrumbs,...

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