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Spirulina powder (Feed Grade)


Spirulina is an original organisms rich in vegetable protein, vitamins, unsaturated fatty acid and natural pigment.  Spirulina powder contains rich nutrients, including water-soluble proteins,  γ-linolenic acid (natural unsaturated fatty acid) , β-carotene, vitamins (VB12 most), chlorophyll a, algal polysaccharide, etc. It is a comprehensive, balanced, easily absorbed and pure natural nourishment and an ideal feed additive. 

Feed grade Spirulina powder major uses as feed additive including:

Feed grade Spirulina is used as the Larval stage feed of shrimp, crab, fish. It can  significantly improve the survival rate, disease resistance and improve the output. 

As feed grade Spirulina contains three kinds of natural pigment (carotenoid, phycocyanin, chlorophyll), it can be used as the toner of koi, goldfish, tropical fish and other valuable ornamental fish,  and it can effectively keep vivid color throughout the year. Particularly, it has been widely used as  toner of Koi in recent years.

Feed Grade Spirulina is used for feed to adult fish, shrimp, crab, etc It can improve the meat quality and make them more delicious.

For pet, poultry, livestock: Feed Grade Spirulina will promote  their growth healthily and  improve its disease resistance.

Test Items Feed Grade
Appearance Dark Green Powder
Crude Protein  (%) ≥ 55
Phycocyanin  (%) ≥ 5
Chlorophyll  (%) ≥ 1
Carotenoids  (mg/100g) ≥ 300
Water  (%) ≤ 7.0
Ash  (%) ≤ 8.0
Pb  (ppm) ≤ 2.0
As  (ppm) ≤ 1.0
Cd  (ppm) ≤ 0.5
Hg  (mg/kg) ≤ 0.1
Total Bacteria  (cfu/g) ≤100000 (not after irradiation)
Coliforms  Negative 
Yeast and Mould (cfu/g) ≤ 400
Pathogenic Baxteria  Negative 
Mesh  80mesh 


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