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Organic Spirulina

A nutrient-rich, plant-based source of protein and essential fatty acids, which provide antioxidants and dietary support for vegetarians and vegans.

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Gluten, Soy, Nut Free

No Artificial Colors or Preservatives


Made in the USA

Organic Spirulina

About Organic Spirulina

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Key benefits

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Spirulina is a blue-green algae that is often found in natural lakes. It’s rich in nutrients like vitamins, minerals, fats and antioxidants that support the body’s day-to-day function. Plus, the algae’s green pigment is a source of chlorophyll, a supportive nutrient found in foods such as leafy green vegetables.

Unlike other supplements, our Spirulina is made without any additives or preservatives, and it’s tested for heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides and toxins, meaning the only ingredient you’ll find inside the bottle is 100% organic Spirulina.

This is a great option if you are looking for a natural, whole-food supplement with multiple nutrients.


Body's Daily Functions
Chlorophyll Intake
Whole Food Nutrient Absorption
Blue-Green Algae
Trace Minerals


Body's Daily Functions
Chlorophyll Intake
Whole Food Nutrient Absorption

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How are Flavor & Fettle supplements sourced?

Our raw ingredients are sourced from all over the world from non-GMO crops and are tested for their purity before inclusion in our supplements. Each ingredient is carefully selected to ensure the potency and quality standards stated on the labels.

Is there research to support this supplement’s efficacy?

You can find information about how the raw materials and active ingredients function in the body through our Resource Pages.

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We do not accept flexible spending accounts (FSA), health savings accounts (HSA), or health reimbursement accounts (HRA) as a form of payment. Your supplements may be eligible for reimbursement, but you will need to check with your insurance provider for your plan’s reimbursement requirements.

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