Green Origins pushing the boundaries in the superfoods industry

Published: 11-Apr-2024

The company currently offers more than 80 nutraceutical ingredients formulated to boost health and wellness

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The growth of the superfoods market is continuously being driven by consumers becoming more conscious of personalised wellbeing, as well as those seeking supplements and functional foods that enable them to optimise their health and wellbeing. 

Green Origins is meeting this requirement head on with a range of organic superfood ingredients, available to help manufacturers create supplements and functional foods for consumers. 

Green Origins is not just the name of the company; its “green” credentials run through all areas of the business. 

It was founded on a key proposition: to offer organic, plant-based ingredients which are known and recognised for their health properties. 

Some of the early products Green Origins sold were Algae, such as Chlorella and Spirulina. Today, the company offers more than 80 products, and this number is growing all the time. 

As well as offering complete certification, Green Origins work with producers who use organic farming methods and follow low-intensity production. All products also undergo robust product safety and risk assessment combined with rigorous testing for pesticides, contaminants, allergens, residues and heavy metals to ensure that each product offered is safe and of a good quality.

Becky McCaul, Head of Marketing at Green Origins comments: “Green Origins is uniquely placed to offer customers forward thinking ingredients that deliver on quality, traceability, sustainability, and variety.

“In addition to our existing portfolio of superfood ingredients, Green Origins continues to drive and expand its offering, sourcing products from all corners of the earth, offering customers innovative product solutions that meet the needs of their business, whilst also meeting and driving consumer trends for plant-based supplements and functional foods that aid, benefit and optimise health and wellbeing.”

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