About us

Who we are

We are a team of change-makers who believe that investing in education can give to the young generation one opportunity for a brighter future.

We started our idea with innovative aquaculture farm and began in 2016 at the facility in Phuket Island produced a development company focusing on the commercialization of healthy alternative food products made from algae.

We are devoted to the development of environmentally safe and organic uses of our land and water resources. As an ever-increasing number of the world populations stress the planet’s limited resources, it will be extremely important to utilize algae as a food crop.

It is currently composed of a highly experienced Swiss management team whose collective experiences and knowledge allow the company to innovate continually, delivering the best products possible. Our team is made effective through the hard work and passion of every employee. From our microbiology team to our installation and processing staff, every employee is integral to the company’s success and shares a common vision of sustainability producing and delivering the finest algae products.

Is Spirulina sustainable for the enviroment ?

One of the biggest problem to produce food today is the sustainability.
If we continue in this way in the near future we will have land, water and food shortage. The intensive livestock and intensive cultivation they simply use too many resources, the planet will not be able to handle this system to produce food in the same way for a long time yet.
If we don’t change our habits in the near future we will have a big problem with our vital resources like, water , land, oxygen and food.
Livestock covers 45% of the earth’s total land.
3/4 of the world’s fisheries are exploited.

Water needed to produce 1 Kg. of proteins

(source: Cornell University)

Spirulina 70% proteins
Corn 9% proteins
Beef 20% proteins

2,100 Lites Water
12,500 Lites Water
105,000 Lites Water

Land area needed to produce 1 Kg. of proteins

(University of Texas)

Spirulina 70% proteins
Corn 9% proteins
Beef 20% proteins

0.6 Sqm (non fertile)
22 Sqm (fertile)
193 Sqm (fertile)

Spirulina growing clean CO2 and produce Oxigen

Trees and algae sequester carbon dioxide naturally. Trees “consume” it as part of their photosynthesis process by “absorbing” carbon into their trunks and roots and releasing oxygen back into the air. Algae replicates the same process but “absorbs” the carbon in the form of more algae. Algae can consume more carbon dioxide than trees because it can cover more surface area, grow faster, and be more easily controlled by bioreactors, given its relative size. Bioreactors can contain large amounts of algae and optimize for its growth (and related sequestration) cycle in a way that is easier than trees and takes the overgrowth of algae, dehydrates it, and ultimately puts it to use as dietary supplement.

Comparison between CO2 produced by a medium car like Toyota Yaris, a pickup like Toyota Hilux and the CO2 sequestration of one of our tank (bioreactor). One tank produce the required amount of spirulina (according to FDA Thailand) for an adult, 3 grams (of powder) a day.

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