Microalgae are unicellular microorganisms that inhabit either marine or fresh water environments. They are the main component of phytoplankton, the basis of the food chain.
They are one the oldest living organisms on the planet, and have been around for billions of years.
Just like trees in their photosynthesis process, microalgae produce about 50% of the oxygen we need to breathe and the planet needs to live.
Microalgae play a main role in the environment. They consume CO2 and have the ability to clean non-potable waters. They are also known for having the ability to grow on non-arable land, with minimal water requirements.
Microalgae need very little to multiply.
Microalgae have been designated as a superfood due to its nutritional power.