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Nutrient data for Spirulina

Nutrient data for Spirulina

CCRES Spirulina, raw

Nutrient Unit Value per 100.0g
Proximates
Water g 90.67
Energy kcal 26
Protein g 5.92
Total lipid (fat) g 0.39
Carbohydrate, by difference g 2.42
Fiber, total dietary g 0.4
Sugars, total g 0.30
Minerals
Calcium, Ca mg 12
Iron, Fe mg 2.79
Magnesium, Mg mg 19
Phosphorus, P mg 11
Potassium, K mg 127
Sodium, Na mg 98
Zinc, Zn mg 0.20
Vitamins
Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid mg 0.9
Thiamin mg 0.222
Riboflavin mg 0.342
Niacin mg 1.196
Vitamin B-6 mg 0.034
Folate, DFE µg 9
Vitamin B-12 µg 0.00
Vitamin A, RAE µg 3
Vitamin A, IU IU 56
Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) mg 0.49
Vitamin D (D2 + D3) µg 0.0
Vitamin D IU 0
Vitamin K (phylloquinone) µg 2.5
Lipids
Fatty acids, total saturated g 0.135
Fatty acids, total monounsaturated g 0.034
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated g 0.106

CCRES Spirulina, dried

Nutrient Unit Value per 100.0g cup
112g
tablespoon
7g
Proximates
Water g 4.68 5.24 0.33
Energy kcal 290 325 20
Protein g 57.47 64.37 4.02
Total lipid (fat) g 7.72 8.65 0.54
Carbohydrate, by difference g 23.90 26.77 1.67
Fiber, total dietary g 3.6 4.0 0.3
Sugars, total g 3.10 3.47 0.22
Minerals
Calcium, Ca mg 120 134 8
Iron, Fe mg 28.50 31.92 2.00
Magnesium, Mg mg 195 218 14
Phosphorus, P mg 118 132 8
Potassium, K mg 1363 1527 95
Sodium, Na mg 1048 1174 73
Zinc, Zn mg 2.00 2.24 0.14
Vitamins
Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid mg 10.1 11.3 0.7
Thiamin mg 2.380 2.666 0.167
Riboflavin mg 3.670 4.110 0.257
Niacin mg 12.820 14.358 0.897
Vitamin B-6 mg 0.364 0.408 0.025
Folate, DFE µg 94 105 7
Vitamin B-12 µg 0.00 0.00 0.00
Vitamin A, RAE µg 29 32 2
Vitamin A, IU IU 570 638 40
Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) mg 5.00 5.60 0.35
Vitamin D (D2 + D3) µg 0.0 0.0 0.0
Vitamin D IU 0 0 0
Vitamin K (phylloquinone) µg 25.5 28.6 1.8
Lipids
Fatty acids, total saturated g 2.650 2.968 0.186
Fatty acids, total monounsaturated g 0.675 0.756 0.047
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated g 2.080 2.330 0.146
Cholesterol mg 0 0 0

CCRES special thanks to US National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference

CCRES ALGAE PROJECT
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Croatian Center of Renewable Energy Sources (CCRES)

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International Algae Congress 2012

International Algae Congress 2012

   
  Croatian Center of Renewable Energy Sources (CCRES) proudly presents 6th International Algae Congress


The 6th International Algae Congress which will take place on December 4 & 5 2012 in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

Among confirmed speakers:
– Mr. V. (Vítor) Verdelho, Board Member and Chief Development Officer, Algafuel P
– Mr. A. (Andreas) Weber, Algae Biotech SL E
– Prof. dr. B. (Birgit) Kamm, Honorary Professor Biorefinery Technology, FI Biopos e.V. and BTU Cottbus D
– Dr. J. (Jose) Olivares, Executive Director, NAABB USA
– Dr. H. (Hans) Kleivdal, Research Leader, Centre for Applied Biotechnology, Uni Research AS N
– Mr. J. (John) Benemann, CEO, MicroBio Engineering, Inc USA
Dr. J. (Joachim) Grill, CEO, See Algae Technology, D
– Dr. M. (Magali) Siaut, PhD, Greenstars Program FR– Mr. P. (Phillippe) Tramoy, Managing Partner of the company CBDM.T – Market & Business Intelligence FR
– Prof. S. (Sammy) Boussiba, director of the French Associates Institute for Agriculture & Biotechnology of Dryland at the Jacob
Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research at Ben Gurion University ISRAEL– Mr. R. (René) Draaisma, Unilever R&D Vlaardingen Research NL
– Dr. M.A. (Monique) Schoondorp, Managing Partner, Algaecom and professor new business development Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen
– Dr. Z. (Zsuzsanna) Libor, Cranfield University UK
– Dr. C. (Cees) Sagt, Principal Scientist Strain Development, DSM Biotechnology Center, DSM Food Specialties B.V NL
– Prof. R. (Rene) Wijffels, Wageningen University NL– Mr. P. (Pieter) Boelens, COO Evodos NL– Mr. D. (Doug) DiLillo, Pall Energy Group Industrial BioTechnology Lead BioBased Fuels & Chemicals Markets USA– Dr. M. (Monika) Solanki, Birmingham City University GB– Dr. J. (Jennifer) Champenois, Centre d’Etude et de Valorisation des Algues (CEVA)FR– Dr. C. (Chris) de Visser, Wageningen UR NL
– Dr. R. (Rommie) van der Weide, Acrres NL


Please scroll down for more information.

6th International Algae Congress 2012 at a glanceFollowing the success of the previous five international algae congresses, the organisers are pleased to announce the sixth International Algae Congress. The sixth International Algae Congress takes place at the floating pavilion in Rotterdam The Netherlands, on 4 & 5 December next.

It is organised by DLG BENELUX from the Netherlands.
Address Floating pavilion; Tillemakade 99, 3072 AX Rotterdam, The Netherlands.


Facts & figures 5th International Algae Congress Berlin, 2011:
Over 120 algae stakeholders
+30 countries (European ánd Overseas )
26 speakers, CEO’s, professors from all over the world
+10 poster presentations, exhibitors
Senior Life Time Achievement Award Ceremony

Register to:– Meet the international algae elite
– Examine new developments
– Recognize key opportunities for your business
– Maximize your position in the global algae market

                    

Programme and SessionsUpdates on the programme and the speakers are still made, so please keep an eye on this page, or sign up for our e-newsletter.

Sessions address the following themes:

Session 1: Future European Algae Biomass; forecast, regulations and investment opportunities – Forecast
– Regulations
– Investment opportunities

Session 2: Commercial Algae Production, new views & concepts from laboratory and field– Reduction of energy input
– Efficiënt use of sunlight
– Nutrient recycle
– Scale up
– LCA’s/ Design scenarios
– Innovative photobioreactors

Session 3: EU & Global projects
– Reports on FP7 and global projects

Session 4: Strain Selection &  Genetic Engineering
– Latest developments
– Innovative technologies

Session 5: Biofuel production & Biorefinery
– Promising Technologies
– Innovative business models that lead to the implementation of Biorefinery

Session 6: Upscaling and Commercialisation
– Market analysis studies
– Market potential and time lines
Session 7: Markets & Closing

Registration fees excl VAT– Congress delegate €895 incl conference dinner
– Congress delegate 1 day €450
– Student ( * copy student card required ) €299
– Poster presentation €100 ( excl congress sessions )
– Stand €495
– Abstract book & presentations €250

You will meet delegates from various sectors from the algae industry, including scientists, aquaculture, algae producers, waste managers, water treatment, end-users (food, feed, aquaculture, pharma), VC PE and other investors, consultants, energy companies, equipment, technology & infrastructure and government agencies.

Please click here for testimonials from delegates and speakers.

Algae Information MarketAn excellent platform where companies and scientists can demonstrate their products and/or services by means of a stand or a poster presentation. The information market will be located in the foyer surrounding the congress room. This foyer is used for the registration of participants, coffee breaks and lunches as well. You will have sufficient time for networking with participants during these coffee breaks and lunches.

Please click here for an overview of the partipants and the possibilities.

                                   

The International Algae Congress is the opportunity to;• Position your brand and business
• Get direct and exclusive access to a group of targeted decision makers and
investors
• Create new partnerships and alliances
• Share knowledge and know-how with your target group
• Benefit from unrivalled lead generation and profiling at this event

                                   

Team will be happy to answer your questions, please contact;

DLG BENELUX
Project manager
Christie de Vrij
E: christie.devrij@dlg-benelux.com
+31 (0)348 – 484 002

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SPIRULINA

SPIRULINA

photo         by       CCRES      SPIRULINA
Spirulina   is simply  the  world’s most  digestible  natural  source  of  high quality  protein,  far  surpassing the  protein bio availability of even beef  ( which  most  people  consider  to  be  th e  #1 source of  protein ). The  digestive  absorption  o f  each  gram  of  protein  in  spirulina  is  four  times  greater  than  the  same  gram  of   protein   in   beef.  And   since   spirulina   already   contains   three   times   more   protein  ( by  weight )  to   begin   with,   the   net result is   that  , ounce   for   ounce, spirulina   offers   twelve   times   more  digestible   protein     than   beef.
That’s   an astounding   difference.
 
photo         by       CCRES      SPIRULINA
 It   means    that   spirulina   is   the   ideal  food  source   for   people   working  to  get   more  protein   into  their diets :
•  People on low-carb, high-protein diets.
• People who exercise vigorously or engage in strength training.
• People who are frail, who have trouble gaining weight, or who are malnourished.
 
photo         by       CCRES      SPIRULINA
In   fact,   there’s   probably   no  better single food  source  on  the  planet  than  spirulina  for  these  people.  The  protein   found   in  spirulina   is  also   a complete  protein,  meaning   that   it  contains  all eight  essential   amino acids, unlike  beans, whole   grains   and other  plant- based   foods   that   typically   lack  one  or  more  amino acids.
 
photo         by       CCRES      SPIRULINA
CCRES ALGAE PROJECT
 part of 
Croatian Center of Renewable Energy Sources (CCRES)
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