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Dulse food Laminaria digitata supplements supplements Ascophyllum nodosum Rockweed cosmetics Irish Moss nutraceuticals Chondrus crispus cosmetics Palmaria palmata nutraceuticals Fucus vesiculosus Palmaria palmata food

Our Company Harvesting & Cultivation Acadian Seaplants is a fully-integrated, bio-tech manufacturer of premium marine products, including wild harvested and cultivated functional ingredients derived from select species of aquatic plants. In 1981, Acadian Seaplants was founded and established the seaweed industry in Canada. Today, Acadian Seaplants is the largest independent marine plant processing company in North America and a global leader in aquatic plant products for humans, animals and plants. Acadian’s brands are used in more than 80 countries. As a fully-integrated company, Acadian Seaplants is responsible for every stage of its operation including sustainable harvesting and cultivation of marine plants, scientific research and technology development, engineering, manufacturing, market development, sales and technical customer support. Thanks to the outstanding quality of natural marine plants from the North Atlantic and our unique processing techniques, Acadian SeaPlus products meet or surpass the rigorous international production quality and sustainability standards required by our customers. Acadian has two production facilities capable of meeting expanding demand; guaranteeing its customers the highest quality and meeting respective international requirements. With a view to the importance of the harvest quality for obtaining a high- grade final product, Acadian Seaplants Limited is continuously studying the harvest process. Monitoring each stage, from our unique processing techniques to ongoing testing and evaluation throughout the manufacturing steps, results in superior finished products and ensures the sustainability and traceability of the natural resource.

Ascophyllum nodosum Description: a wild-harvested brown seaweed from the cold, pristine North Atlantic Constituents: naturally rich in antioxidants and marine-based secondary metabolites such as phlorotannins, fucoxanthin and organic iodine Benefits: purported potent anti-diabetic effects; robust antioxidant activity; improved immune response; anti-obesity effects; topical anti-aging activity; improved oral health; potent pre-biotic and GI Tract health benefits Use: extraction of alginic acid; applications in the health and wellness industries Products: Cut & Sift (flakes); mesh sizes USSS #14, 40, 40/100; 100; 200 Enriched: USSS # 20, 40,100 4-5000 ppm iodine; USSS #100 5-6000 ppm iodine Fucus vesiculosus Description: : a wild-harvested, edible brown seaweed from the cold, pristine North Atlantic Constituents: contains a significant amount of fucoidan and a wide range of bioactive compounds Benefits: purported potent antioxidant capabilities; anti-viral activities; antiinflammatory effects; anti-obesity effects; immune system stimulation; neural protection; skin anti-aging agent Use: in food, cosmetic, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical applications Products: Cut & Sift (flakes); USSS #40; 60 Chondrus crispus Description: a wild-harvested, edible red seaweed from the cold, pristine North Atlantic Constituents: carrageenan, highly bioactive glycolipid and pigment content Benefits: purported potent antioxidant activity; anti-viral; proven prebiotic effects (functional) enhanced immune response; gelling/stabilizing capacity; clarifying; anti-inflammatory effects, neural protection Use:the hydrocolloidal (gelling and thickening) properties of carrageenan are used widely in food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics. Used as a clarifying agent in beer and wine-making. Qualifies as a ‘Raw Food’ Products: Cut & Sift (flakes); USSS #1000 Chondracanthus chamissoi Our Products Acadian SeaPlus Human Wellness products provide a variety of health and wellness benefits for the expanding nutraceutical, cosmetic and food & beverage industries. Description: a wild-harvested, edible red seaweed from Peru Constituents: carrageenan, highly bioactive glycolipid and pigment content Benefits: purported potent antioxidant activity; anti-viral; proven prebiotic effects (functional) enhanced immune response; gelling/stabilizing capacity; clarifying; anti-inflammatory effects, neural protection Use: the hydrocolloidal (gelling and thickening) properties of carrageenan are used widely in food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics. Used as a clarifying agent in beer and wine-making. Qualifies as a ‘Raw Food’ Products: Bleached and Unbleached; Cut & Sift (flakes); USSS #100

Laminaria digitata Description: a wild-harvested, edible brown seaweed from the cold, pristine North Atlantic Constituents: an alginate-containing seaweed naturally rich in polyphenols, fucoidan, organic iodine, and dietary fibres such as laminarin Benefits: important human nutritional components; potent antioxidant capabilities; improved gut flora (prebiotic); immune system stimulation; cholesterol reduction; antibacterial properties Use: food, nutraceutical, and cosmetic applications Products: USSS# 20/50; 100 Palmaria palmata Description: a wild-harvested, edible red seaweed from the cold, pristine North Atlantic Constituents: a rich source of potassium; mycosporine-like amino acids, floridoside, highly bioactive glycolipid and pigment content Benefits: naturally rich in antioxidants, nutritional components, and skin protective agents; high protein content (25-35%); anti-proliferative properties; excellent potassium source; UV protection/anti-aging properties, antiinflammatory effects Use: a popular food seaweed and used in a variety of applications in the food, nutraceutical and cosmetic applications Products: Cut & Sift (flakes); USSS #60 Custom boutique offerings Acadian Seaplants is the global leader in specialty seaweed cultivation technology. We operate the largest land-based, commercial macroalgae cultivation facility in the world. We cultivate unique, pure and clean seaweeds for nutritional, health, cosmetic, and other exacting applications. Our operation provides the highest level of biomass control, supply security and traceability for customers, beginning with the selection and domestication of wild ocean strains, to commercial biomass cultivation to final processing and packaging. We process an array of wild and cultivated seaweeds and can accommodate custom blending including Laminaria/ Ascophyllum blends, different iodine levels using EK, and much more. Ask us about our wine and beer clarifying products for the vintning and brewing industries.

Nutritional Value of Marine Plants The power of marine plants has been drawn upon for thousands of years for their ability to prolong life, prevent disease, and impart health and wellness. Worldwide research on their unique benefits is continuously being conducted and brown marine plants have been found to be highly beneficial, followed by the red and then green seaweeds Minerals Marine plants derive an interesting wealth of minerals from the ocean. The mineral content includes a wide range of macro elements such as sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, chlorine, sulfur and phosphorus. Marine plants also contain essential trace elements required to prevent vitamin deficiencies such as iodine, iron, zinc, copper, selenium, molybdenum, as well as many others such as fluoride, manganese, boron, nickel and cobalt. Two elements that are of particular interest are iodine and calcium, both of which are implicated in vitamin deficiencies prevalent in the world population. The organic iodine plays an important role in the regulation of metabolism, cognitive development, and promotion of the maturation of the nervous system. Vitamins The entire range of vitamins is represented in marine plants and this provides a very rich cocktail. The principal vitamins are provitamin A in the form of ß-carotene and of -carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E. The group B vitamins are also generally well represented. Of particular interest is the presence of the Vitamin B12 in certain seaweeds, which is absent in land plants. Lipids The levels of lipids in marine plants are usually low, however, there is a much higher proportion of essential fatty acids than in land plants, and these fatty acids are highly bioactive. Marine plants contain high levels of essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (the famous EPA, and DHA, (C20:5, n-3; C22:6, n-3 in particular). The arachidonic acid (W6-C20:4) is well represented and the 18 carbon polyunsaturated fatty acids (linolenic or linoleic) are present in high concentration. Galactolipids such as monogalactosyldiacylglycerols (MGDG) have proven to be highly antioxidative and anti-inflammatory. Fibers The total content in fibers is high in marine plants. The insoluble fraction represents a small proportion of the total fibers. The soluble fibers constitute a large portion of the total fibers especially in brown algae. The soluble fibers are generally linked to a hydration activity (absorption, retention, and swelling) that affects the transit of the bolus in the stomach and small intestine, which can have a hypo cholesteric or hypoglycaemic effect. Prebiotic effects of seaweed fibers are well established, and typically fiber content is high and diverse. Fiber content of seaweed is very different and unique compared to that of land plants, and this diversity leads to the proliferation of a beneficial gut microbiome when consumed. Polysaccharides The principal polysaccharides contained in brown seaweeds are alginic acid, fucoidan and luminarin. Alginic acid is a natural absorbent for radioactive elements, heavy metals and free radicals. Research shows that it lowers cholesterol. Alginates possess strong gel-forming qualities, which have cholesterol-lowering effects. Fucodian has been shown to be effective in stopping the growth of tumor cells and inhibiting chemical carcinogens in animals. Laminarin is a polysaccharide anticoagulant helpful in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease.

357 Dedicated to Sustainable Seaweed Solutions Tel: 1 902 468 2840 Fax: 1 902 468 3474 Toll Free: 1 800 575 9100 email: info@acadian.ca www.acadianseaplants.com 30 Brown Avenue, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada B3B 1X8 Chondracanthus chamissoi photo by Erasmo Macaya, courtesy inaturalist.ca

In 1981, Acadian Seaplants was founded and established the seaweed industry in Canada. Today, Acadian Seaplants is the largest independent marine plant processing company in North America and a global leader in aquatic plant products for humans, animals and plants. Acadian's brands are used in more than 80 countries.

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