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Neptune Technologies & Bioressources' Sherbrooke Plant To Resume Production

Neptune Technologies & Bioressources Inc. (NEPT: Quote, NTB.TO) announced that its Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada production facility has received all required operating permits and production will now resume.

The company noted that production will commence gradually and the Corporation anticipates a ramp up period of around 90 days before reaching production capacity of approximately 150 metric tons of krill oil annually. The plant will focus on producing Neptune's premium krill oil, NKO, the original krill oil, with the highest concentration of omega-3 phospholipids in the industry and strong brand awareness.

Later this year, Neptune will also make available three new condition-specific formulations, including: NKOBEAT: supports heart health and blood circulation; NKO FLEX: supports bone and joint health; NKO FOCUS: supports brain and vision health.

by RTT Staff Writer

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