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DuPont Introduces Fish-Free, Vegetarian Omega-3 Supplement In the US

April 8, 2010: 04:51 AM EST
Science-based products and services firm DuPont has introduced the first fish-free Omega-3 supplement in the US under the trademark New Harvest, a vegetarian alternative to fish-based Omega-3 fatty acids. New Harvest has high EPA content that is known to help sustain heart health and aid in keeping cholesterol levels healthy. DuPont has tapped market partner Futurebiotics to distribute New Harvest at select GNC stores. The company believes New Harvest will help Americans increase consumption of Omega-3 that is sourced mainly from fatty fish and nutritional supplements. A new survey indicated that just 10% of Americans eat sufficient fish every week while more than 80% do not consume supplements to meet the recommended intake for Omega-3 fatty acids.
"DuPont Launches New Vegetarian Source of Omega-3 Nutritional Supplements ", PR Web , April 08, 2010, © Vocus PRW Holdings, LLC
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