We grow Dutch microalgae
to revitalize people & planet

Duplaco, based in the Netherlands, reinvented farming to grow clean and rich Chlorella microalgae in a 100% closed system, without disturbing nature. These microalgae are packed with protein, fibers, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Big impact, tiny footprint.

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Sustainable powerfood for a healthy future

Duplaco believes we should farm without disturbing nature, meaning;

  • minimise land use
  • minimise water usage
  • minimise energy consumption
  • local production

in order to provide healthy food ingredients and food supplements, thé sustainable way.

This is how we can empower your business

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Packed with nutrients, customised to your needs

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100% clean, cultivated
in a closed system

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Revitalizing for people & planet
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Made in Holland,
sustainably grown

– 100% –
PLANT BASED
non GMO

Algae farming reinvented

We created optimal circumstances to grow rich and clean microalgae in a 100% closed system. This unique method uses only a small amount of resources to grow a large amount of powerful microalgae. Packed with essential nutrients & antioxidants, free from dioxins, heavy metals & PAH’s. The nutrient profile can be customised to your needs.

The right solution
for your company

Unicellular algae such as Chlorella are among the oldest forms of plant life on Earth. They are tiny plants with no roots, leaves or stems. They have inhabited our earth for about 2.5 billion years. In 1890 the Dutchman Beijerinck discovered the 2 billion years old one cell microalgae Chlorella. In 2015 Duplaco discovered a unique methodology to cultivate 100% clean Chlorella in a closed system. We have now ensured that these unicellular algae can be grown locally, in the Netherlands, and on a large scale of an annual 200-300 tons with the possibility to expand to 1500 tons, independent from weather or climate conditions.

Fresh algae, powder, or tablets. Together we can decide what best suits your needs.

 

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Fresh Chlorella

With 10% or 20% dry matter

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Chlorella powder

Packed with protein, fibers, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants

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Chlorella tablets

100% pure Chlorella tablets

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Duplaco®️ Gold

Chlorella powder with a natural golden colour, extra iron and vitamin B12

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Insights

Novel Food versus Chlorella

Novel Food versus Chlorella

Novel foods are foods and ingredients that were not sold as food within the European Union (EU) before 15 May 1997. Many specific algae have a history of safe consumption and substantial potential to contribute to a balanced and healthy diet. Duplaco®️ Chlorella pyrenoidosa (sorokiniana) is an example of such algae, which is listed in the EU Novel Food catalogue as not being a novel food.

Duplaco®️ Chlorella is non-GMO

Duplaco®️ Chlorella is non-GMO

At Duplaco®️ we can confirm that our algae Chlorella Pyrenoidosa is manufactured by conventional processes and does not contain GM organisms. It does not fall under the scope of Regulation (EC) 1829/2003 or under the scope of Regulation (EC) 1830/2003. The active substance in the above-named product does not require labeling as a GMO as defined in the regulations mentioned above, either as a food or feed ingredient in its own right or when incorporated into intermediate or final products.

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...