About Us


Has been established with the aim of spreading health and wellness by promoting the intake of holistically nutritious natural foods.

Consider This :
  • Lifestyle diseases like cardiovascular, diabetes, hypertension, asthma and respiratory as well as cancers are on the rise.
  • India has the highest number of diabetics at 50.8 million according to the World Health Organization. This figure is set to increase to 73.5 million by 2025. Twenty-five million suffer from cardiovascular diseases which amounts to 60% of the global figure.
  • Unhealthy eating habits, stressful lifestyle, and reduced physical activity largely contribute to the onset of these diseases.
  • According to the National Family Health Survey, India has the second highest obese population with 155 million. A number that is increasing at an alarming rate each year.
  • Type II diabetes is the non-insulin form, which develops in adults due to poor eating habits and bad lifestyle choices. India has the largest number of diabetics with type II at 40.9 million. This number is increasing as children are also getting afflicted.
  • Arteriosclerosis occurs when the arterial blood vessel walls thicken and lose elasticity. This causes blood circulation disorders, chest pain, and heart attacks. Arteriosclerosis is also linked to obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure.
  • India has over 50 million people suffering from heart-related issues, giving it the number one rank of heart patients in the world.
  • India has over two million registered cancer patients. This lifestyle disease is mainly caused by smoking, unhealthy diet, lack of physical activity, stress leading to lowered immunity and therefore the body’s inability to fight viruses and other infections and finally radiation from the sun.


We believe that by promoting the intake of SPIRULINA, we can substantially contribute to a healthier India.

SPIRULINA is a superfood that has been globally acclaimed to be the richest natural source of nutrition, a powerful antioxidant, an energy booster, a potent strengthener of the immune system that protects the body from the onset of diseases.

We also aim to contribute towards the national endeavour to combat malnutrition in Indian children by donating part of the produce to under privileged children in need of supplementary nutrition.

In 2005 an open letter was published by the UNO to all governments urging the development of the technology needed to produce spirulina.


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The World Food Conference of 1974, held in Rome, Italy declared Spirulina as the “Best Food for Tomorrow”.

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WHO has hailed Spirulina as “The Greatest Super Food on Earth”which has all the essential nutrients required for healthy living.

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IIMSAM works to promote the use of Spirulina to eradicate malnutrition and hunger, worldwide and also provide it to the underprivileged. Only 3 grams of Spirulina per day can make a substantial difference in a child’s health.

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Spirulina has been proposed by both NASA (CELSS) and the European Space Agency (MELISSA) as one of the primary foods to be cultivated during long-term space missions.