The Seaweed Company is active in a variety of sectors and offers different valuable seaweed applications.
Seaweed in its natural form provides countless organic proteins, sugars, fibers, specific healthy vitamins and minerals relevant to multiple food applications. We produce and source many different seaweed species for specific food concepts.
We formulate blends with specific bioactive ingredients to optimise human immune system and gut health. Our products can help in managing key challenges in society such as obesity, glucose levels and cardiovascular issues. As well we develop innovative skin care products that - apart from a smooth skin - protect against UV radiation, blue light and pollution.
We formulate and market blends using bioactive ingredients from seaweed to enhance immune system and digestive health, leading to maximised performance. Our TopHealth product line can result in antibiotics reduction, methane and nitrogen emission reduction, more milk, better feed efficiency, higher fertility and reduced mortality for cows, pigs, poultry, horses, dogs & cats.
Seaweed provides an environmentally friendly alternative to fossil fuel based fertilisers and pesticides. TopHealth Plants is the ultimate fully organic bio growth stimulant to restore soil and enhance plant resilience, resulting in improved soil structure and ground flora, faster germination, better root development and branching, improved nutrient uptake, increased flowering and sprouting, better fruit development, better resistance against heat, frost, drought and flooding, and a better resistance against fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes, and protozoa.
The demand for plastic is likely to double in the next twenty years, and most plastic is still made from petroleum. As our oceans are poisoned with common plastics, the sea itself offers a natural and very usable alternative. The raw material of seaweed can be released for the production of biodegradable plastics, textiles, papers as well as concrete curing compounds for construction.
There are several viable technologies to convert seaweed into biofuel, ranging from digestion to hydrothermal liquid fraction. We work with several experts around the world to optimise the way seaweed can be converted into energy.
Seaweed is the fastest growing biomass on our planet. Using photosynthesis as the most efficient way to capture CO2, each ton of wet seaweed has absorbed 120 kg CO2, 2 kg of nitrogen and 0.2 kg of phosphorus. On top, our seaweed applications often replace fossil fuel based products (synthetic fertilisers, pesticides) or result in a reduction in methane emissions (cow feed), therefore providing scalable offsetting facilities to businesses.