What is Fresh Spirulina?
What is spirulina?
Spirulina are naturally found worldwide in saline waters. It is a type of cyanobacteria — often referred to as blue-green algae. It is a photosynthetic bacteria which absorb energy from light and produce food.
It is used as a dietary supplement or whole food. It is also used as a feed supplement in the aquaculture, aquarium, and poultry industries.
Where is our fresh spirulina grown?
Our spirulina are locally in Singapore.
What is so special about Fresh Spirulina?
All of the large commercial spirulina growers focused on producing dried spirulina as it is a easier business. Making dried spirulina powder means that they do not have to worry about refrigeration or storage life.Thus saving alot in costing for production of their product.
We believe that as we are more health concious, simple nutritious fresh foods are the best way for us to get the nutritions we need to be healthy.
It’s a riskier business move for us, but we think people are really ready for this kind of food, and we hope you think so too.
Thus we learned and start to produce Fresh Spirulina and make it available for us.People whom are looking into improving their dietry health. Fresh spirulina maybe a option.
What is the shelf life of Fresh Spirulina?
Fresh Spirulina is harvested and frozen. It comes in freeze solid form and can last up to 6 months if it is stored in the freezer.
Where can Frozen Fresh Spirulina be purchased?
You can purchase from us at imgardenmart.com. We delivery Freshly Frozen spirulina to most parts of Singapore.
What is the difference between powdered spirulina and Fresh Spirulina?
All forms of spirulina are extremely nutrient-dense and can be a great addition to your diet.
However, Fresh Spirulina is live harvested and frozen imediately to protect its nutrients dense content.
Spirulina by nature has a delicate structure.This makes the nutrients in fresh spirulina easily available for the body to digest and uptake. The various protein componants are complete in compare to its powdered counterpart.
Powdered spirulina often has a fishy or sea-like taste and odour. Fresh spirulina has almost no taste or odour. Just nutrient packed goodness in every spoonful.