Ajinomoto Health & Nutrition North America, Inc.

Ajinomoto Health & Nutrition North America, Inc.

Ajinomoto Health & Nutrition Launches Consumer Brand: Indigo Marine Collagen

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Ajinomoto Health & Nutrition’s newest product: Indigo Marine Collagen

Ajinomoto Health & Nutrition developed a new premium supplement disrupting the collagen market. Introducing, Indigo Marine Collagen!

Collagen declines with age, and its loss can lead to wrinkles, rough skin and loss of moisture. Indigo’s holistic products support healthy skin, hair and nails from the inside out.

Premium Quality:

Indigo Marine Collagen is sourced from Wild-caught Atlantic white fish which contains high quantities of Type I collagen protein. This collagen type is a major component in our tendons, ligaments, and skin. It also benefits the health of hair, bones, eyes, and more.

Sustainably Sourced:

Unlike other high impact sources of collagen like cows, pigs and chickens, Indigo Marine Collagen is sourced from the vast North Atlantic Ocean. The fish are caught in their natural habitats, which protects the collagen from direct exposure to harmful antibiotics and hormones. This also creates a significantly lower impact on the environment, giving you one more thing to feel good about.

Easy to use:

Simply add the flavorless powder to any hot or cold drink, stir, and watch it dissolve in seconds.

Give Indigo Marine Collagen a try today!

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