Algae May Boost Omega-3 in US Chicken

US - An unnamed large poultry company is testing an algal product from BioCentric Energy Holdings as a source of omega-3 fatty acids, probably with a view to produce healthier poultry meat.
calendar icon 23 January 2009
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BioCentric Energy Algae, wholly owned subsidiary of BioCentric Energy Holdings Inc. (BEHL) has received a request from one of the largest poultry companies in the USA to provide them with samples of our algae for testing for possible utilization of high-grade feedstock with Omega 3.

Dennis Fisher, Board Member and President for BEHL, said: "We are pleased to provide this multi-billion dollar company our algae as this will independently verify what I have stated all along, that in today's market, the algae grown in our closed loop photobioreactors has a greater value as a high grade feedstock, rich in Omega 3, than as the premier building block for biodiesel. We can get almost three times payment for quality Omega 3 feedstock as we can for biodiesel feedstock."

Mr Fisher added: "And, I believe Our Algae Solution is also one of the answers to reduce carbon dioxide emissions profitably."

BioCentric Energy Algae delivers cost-effective photobioreactor systems that take the emissions from smoke stacks, and in a closed loop environment, grow algae for production and harvest profitably.

BioCentric Energy Holdings, Inc. is dedicated to the development of new technologies as well as acquiring and fostering companies with innovative technologies designed to provide unique and effective green energy solutions for the 21st century. Along with the cultivation of important relationships and partnerships with synergistic entities, BioCentric Energy has devoted substantial time and effort in research and development in order to bring a range of innovative green alternatives to the marketplace.

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