Thou Shalt Not Krill

Anthony, Mark
June 2011
Food Processing (00156523);Jun2011, Vol. 72 Issue 6, pWF11
The article discusses the impact of pulling off the krill oil products on Whole Foods Market Inc. As stated, krill are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and occupy a key position in the bottom of the oceanic food chain. The decline of animal populations that rely on krill as stated by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Living Marine Resources, led the company to withdraw the entire category of the ingredient.


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