New! FAQ at Duplaco website

New! FAQ at Duplaco website

In the FAQ on the Duplaco website, you can now find all answers to any questions about Chlorella and Duplaco you ever thought of. Would you like to know the difference between macroalgae and microalgae? Or why Duplaco chose to cultivate Chlorella Pyrenoidosa...
Novel Food versus Chlorella

Novel Food versus Chlorella

Novel foods are products that were not on the market as a food or food ingredient nor consumed to a significant degree before 15 may 1997. Thus, their access to the EU market is subject to the Novel Food Regulation (EU) 2015/2283. Examples of novel foods are products...
Duplaco®️ Chlorella is non-GMO

Duplaco®️ Chlorella is non-GMO

In Europe, consumption of Chlorella algae products is becoming more and more familiar. The number of sustainable applications is increasing, new algae species are being discovered and algae with special characteristics are being cultured. Specific algae have a history...
Microalgae more and more interesting as a food ingredient

Microalgae more and more interesting as a food ingredient

The Dutch website of Food+Agri Business has published a very nice article about the increasing interest in microalgae as food ingredients. The food industry is becoming increasingly interested in microalgae. The algae are a source of protein and have a complete amino...
Duplaco® Chlorella, 100% vegan

Duplaco® Chlorella, 100% vegan

Duplaco® guarantees that the Chlorella algae it produces are 100% vegan. Chlorella microalgae can be cultivated in several ways: heterotrophic, mixotrophic, or autotrophic. With autotrophic cultivation, light is used as the energy source and CO2 as carbon source. For...
Not less, but more meat?

Not less, but more meat?

‘Not less but more meat’ is the title of an interesting article in the NRC newspaper, last Saturday 4 March 2022. The article addresses the moral dilemma of eating meat and dairy, caused by the major negative impact of livestock farming on the climate,...