Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil, 6.1 fl oz, Oslo Orange
Green Pasture Oslo Orange Fermented Cod Liver Oil is unique, because of the fermentation method used to extract the oil.
By using fermentation to extract the cod liver oil, Green Pasture is able to maintain the nutritious vitamins in the oil, as well as the states of the beneficial, delicate omega oils.
Green Pasture Oslo Orange Fermented Cod Liver Oil is a convenient way to add highly-nutritious cod liver oil to your daily diet. This 6.1 ounce bottle contains approximately 90 servings. This product is great for both adults and children, and provides nutrients, such as DHA, that are essential to growth, development and brain health. Combine with Green Pasture Skate Liver Oil to increase the benefits.
Why fermented cod liver oil?
Cod Liver oil contains a healthy amount of the fat-soluble vitamins D and A, which are maintained throughout the fermentation process. There are zero synthetic vitamins added to the cod liver oil, because the fermentation process allows the oil to stay rich in natural, beneficial vitamins. The fermentation process also keeps the omega fatty acids (Omega 3, 6, 7 and 9) stable. The protein and carbohydrates in the cod liver oil go through a change of state during fermentation process, in which they are converted into bioavailable, beneficial components.
About Green Pasture
Green Pasture is an eco-conscious, family-owned company with ethically-sourced product. Their cod livers are sourced from wild-caught cod in Arctic regions. Green Pasture makes sure nothing goes to waste - the byproduct created from their fermented cod liver oil is used as fertilizer and animal supplements. Their Blue Ice Cod Liver Oil supply and manufacturing chain has a Marine Stewardship Council certification, which reinforces their desire to protect the environment and ensures traceability & sustainability.
Note: Manufacture date vs. expiration date
Green Pasture lists the manufacture date on their bottles, instead of the expiration date. The FDA allows manufactures to list either one. When listing the manufacture date, manufactures can get their product to the consumer shortly after it has been packaged. When listing the expiration date, manufactures must have further testing done on the product to test for stability, which may take anywhere between 6 and 12 months. Because Green Pasture lists the manufacture date, they are able to provide you with the freshest-possible product. Their cod liver oil does not have an expiration date, and is even said to get better with age.