What fish is OmegaBrite from?

The fish oils used in OmegaBrite originate from sardines and anchovies from the cold, clean waters off the coast of Chile and Peru.

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How is OmegaBrite made?

OmegaBrite starts from small anchovies and sardines off the coast of Chile and Peru. The oil from these small, pure fish is then distilled and concentrated. Meticulous testing is completed before and after each stage of manufacturing. At all stages, nitrogen blanketing and nitrogen flushing is utilized to prevent oxidation and keep OmegaBrite tasting great….

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As part of our strict quality control program, we test every batch of OmegaBrite for dioxins, PCB’s, Mercury and other heavy metals. OmegaBrite test results meet or exceed the purity standards of California Proposition 65 and the Council for Responsible Nutrition.

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Oxidization can affect the taste and smell of omega-3 oil. OmegaBrite takes great care to prevent oxidation. From using cooling blankets, to refrigerated trucks, to nitrogen blanketing and nitrogen flushing, we are leaders in the industry in preventing oxidation.

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Are you USP verified?

No, however we are third-party tested by Consumer Lab and members of the IFOS program.

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How is OmegaBrite tested?

OmegaBrite is tested at key points during the manufacturing process to ensure purity and omega-3 concentration. The finished product is also sent for independent testing by ConsumerLab.com, and the IFOS program with the results published on their website. OmegaBrite also tests the finished product every six months for three years in an independent stability study.

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