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iWi’s omega-3 gets national Sam’s Club distribution

Algae-based omega-3 supplements from vitamin maker iWi soon will be making their way to more customers. The Houston-based company announced this week that the supplements would be offered at Sam’s Club locations nationwide starting Sept. 1

The company said its omega-3 product aims to cut out fish and krill, using algae instead. The vegan product offers the highest bioavailability of any omega-3 being sold, according to iWi.

"Our purpose at iWi is: 'Together we create sustainable food solutions for everyone and our planet,'" said Miguel Calatayud, iWi CEO. "That is exactly what Sam's is helping us do by introducing iWi products into their stores nationwide – making high-quality, plant-based nutrition available to millions of Americans, no matter who they are or where they live."

Farms for iWi’s algae are located in the southwest, where the company said it is cultivated on arid land and its farms are powered by renewable energy. The iWiw Omega-3 Daily Support product includes a combination of AlmegaPL high-absorption EPA and algae-based DHA.
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