Earthrise’s California grown Spirulina is known for its quality. The Earthrise® Farm is located in the Sonoran Desert of southeastern California. In this remote and sunny part of the country, far from cities, highways and airports, the air is clean. Mineral-rich Colorado river water is pumped through canals to large settling ponds, then through filters into the growing ponds. From this environment, free of pesticides and herbicides, Earthrise Spirulina yields more nutrition per acre than any other food.
Our proprietary growing methods and constant testing ensure the highest quality. We also do all of our packaging on site, enabling us to guarantee the overall quality of our products. Every day, farm scientists conduct dozens of rigorous tests to ensure that our quality exceeds all national and international food standards. Earthrise’s California grown Spirulina is Prop 65 compliant and exceeds all food safety requirements.
California grown Spirulina is about producing and cultivating the purest, cleanest, and safest Spirulina on Earthrise. The heavy heat and sunlight combined with the mineral-rich Colorado river make Earthrise’s Spirulina the ideal location to grown Spirulina. Our California grown Spirulina stays 100% pure during its entire growth process because we do not use irradiation, chemicals, herbicides or pesticides. High quality Spirulina comes from the best environments and growing practices.
Earthrise is committed to excellence and our quality system is certified to internationally recognized standards. We test every batch of California grown Spirulina to assure potency and wholesomeness in order to deliver the best quality in the world. Earthrise is GMP certified, has an ISO 9001:2008 registered Quality Management System, and has recently achieved a much rigorous and comprehensive Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000:2011 which includes ISO 22000:2005, ISO/TS 22002-1:2009 and additional FSSC 22000 requirements like an HACCP program. Earthrise® is also the only company in continental USA that produces Spirulina with GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status.