Chlorella debuts in bubble tea and sorbet

Allma has finalised a deal to supply its high quality sun-grown Chlorella to major Portuguese group Frulact which supplies fruit-based ingredients to blue-chip food companies globallyGlobal microalgae company Allma has marked its entry into the ingredients market with the announcement of its agreed partnerships with a new customer in the food and beverage industry. Allma has finalised a deal to supply its high quality sun-grown Chlorella to major Portuguese group Frulact, which supplies fruit-based ingredients to blue-chip food companies globally and markets jams, beverages and smoothies to consumers.

Frulact has collaborated with Allma to develop an innovative ‘bubble tea’ containing tiny pearls of Chlorella that provide a burst of nutrition in every sip. Frulact is now seeking partners to take the concept to market as a consumer-ready product.

Sofia Mendonça, business development manager at Allma, says: ’Chlorella adds enormous value – and a real ‘health halo’ – to a range of food, beverage and dietary supplement applications and we are seeing more and more businesses discovering the benefits of incorporating microalgae into their products.’ Based in Portugal, Allma supplies high quality sun-grown Chlorella powder free of contaminants, rich in protein, and containing phytonutrients, Omega 3, vitamins and minerals.

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