"Our goal is to make a positive impact on the communities where we live and work, both now and for generations to come."
We’re pleased to announce that Nordic Naturals is a Bronze Sponsor of our 100,000th Student Campaign. In honor of this, we’ve asked them to share their thoughts about their unique connection to OSO and our community. Here’s what they had to say…
At Nordic Naturals, giving is in our DNA. In addition to seeking out global efforts, we look for ways to get involved in our local community. It gives us a chance to make a real difference in other people’s lives, right where we live.
As a company that makes omega-3 fish oil, we know that our presence is felt in the oceans where we source our fish, and in the communities where we make and distribute our products. We see it as our responsibility to do right by the people and the places that are part of our success.
It’s with this in mind that we’ve chosen to sponsor O’Neill Sea Odyssey’s 100,000th Student Campaign. Healthy oceans are vital to everyone’s survival. They produce the oxygen we breathe, the weather that sustains our waterways, and much of our food. The oceans are also the source of many of the essential nutrients we all need to stay healthy.
We pride ourselves on being a sustainable brand. We use only non-endangered, wild-caught fish, and we source exclusively from Friend of the Sea-certified, sustainable fisheries. We process all our fish oils in Norway, at our net-zero manufacturing facility powered entirely by biofuel. And, we bottle all our products in recyclable glass or #2 plastic containers, and use recycled materials in all our packaging.
Our goal is to make a positive impact on the communities where we live and work, both now and for generations to come. O’Neill Sea Odyssey’s hands-on approach to education about the protection and preservation of our living sea and communities helps us continue reaching toward that goal. Together, we can create positive ripple effects with our actions!
Thank you, Nordic Naturals!
From the bottom of our oceans, we are grateful for your support.