DIC LIFETEC Co., Ltd.

“Vital Spiral” Spirulina
Spirulina HOME
What is spirulina?
Nutritional elements contained in DIC Spirulina
Linablue® Natural blue colorant derived from DIC Spirulina
Characteristics of DIC Spirulina
Spirulina Production
Ecology
Safety of DIC Spirulina
Products lineup of DIC Spirulina








Welcome to DIC LIFETEC's Spirulina

As a world's first company to be successful for commercial production of Spirulina in 1977, Dainippon Ink and Chemicals, Inc (current name: DIC Corporation) have endeavored to stay at the leading position in spirulina business. Today we operate 2 sophisticated spirulina farms in the world, and consolidated total production capacity is about 900 tons per year, which makes us the world largest spirulina producer. We would like to emphasize the advantages of our DIC Spirulina, and its details.



[Warnings]
Please be aware of imitation case of Linablue®

We recognize some cases that a manufacture of Spirulina blue colorant is canvassing as if he were introduced DIC technology and realized same quality of Linablue®.
Linablue® is manufactured by DIC Spirulina material, with highly controlled cultivation system and reliable safety, fully in compliance with advanced food safety program FSSC22000, and USFDA criteria.Especially, it is worth to be aware that the French authority published a report (Nov. 30, 2017) saying “the importance of choosing trustworthy supply channels” of Spirulina.

https://www.anses.fr/en/content/food-supplements-containing-spirulina-importance-choosing-trustworthy-supply-channels

Premium Quality

Rich in natural antioxidant phytonutrients such as beta-carotene and phycocyanin, and well-digestive vegetable proteins

Reliable Safety

Assured values under a battery of strict quality and safety tests

Consistent Value

An advanced cultivation technology allows us to provide DIC Spirulina with the high quality

Dependable Supply

Guaranteed dependability from three farms in the world

High Cost Performance

Appealing price for the best spirulina products

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