What are the little black speckles in my can?

No need to be concerned here! Your meat is not dirty, and you did not get a defected can. Our Antarctic Krill meat contains the most nutritious parts of the krill, which happen to include their eyes. The little black speckles you see in the can are the eyeballs of the krill, which consist of a high abundance of nutrients. They are 100% safe to consume and only bring more of those healing benefits that we love from our Antarctic Krill meat.

What is Antarctic Krill Meat & where does it come from?

Krill meat comes from Antarctic Krill caught in the coldest waters of the Antarctic Ocean. Krill, with a scientific name Euphausia Superba, are small crustaceans 10 – 65 mm in length. Our Krill is caught, cleaned, and deshelled to get to the meat inside allowing us to create our product – Antarctic Krill meat.

Why chose Antarctic Krill meat over Krill Oil?

With so many vitamins, minerals and nutrients missing from our daily diets, many of us turn to supplements to get what we are lacking. While Krill oil does have numerous health benefits from the healthy fats and antioxidants it contains, Antarctic Krill meat has all the benefits of Krill oil and more! Krill oil is extracted from Antarctic Krill meat to create these supplements. When you eat Antarctic Krill, you get all the benefits of krill oil plus 22grams of digestible protein. It is always best to get your vitamins, minerals, and nutrients from food first and supplement last. With our Antarctic Krill meat there is no need to add another supplement to your shelf when you can get all the benefits and more from the food source!

What makes Antarctic Krill Meat Unique from other Seafood?

While different seafoods have different benefits, Antarctic Krill Meat is a one stop shop for all your needs! It is wild and sustainable caught and jam packed with vitamins, minerals, and the king of antioxidants, astaxanthin. Antarctic Krill meat also contains Omega 3s bound to phospholipids and 22g of digestible protein per 105g serving.

What is Digestible Protein?

Digestible proteins are proteins that our bodies can digest and absorb easily. Krill meat is a source of highly digestible protein. Protein sources such as poultry, meats and other seafoods have lower digestibility rates, making the proteins in these sources harder to digest. Lower digestibility rates lead to overall lower protein absorption. Afterall, we aren’t what we eat, but what we can absorb.

What is so special about Astaxanthin?

Astaxanthin is an organic antioxidant that belongs to a large group of substances called carotenoids. In nature, astaxanthin can only be synthesized by micro algae. Krill eat these algae and in turn can provide us with the amazing healing properties that come from this astounding antioxidant. Some of those benefits include protecting our cells from damage, lowering inflammation, and boosting the immune system. Astaxanthin is truly the most effective antioxidant of our time.

Why chose Omega 3s bound to Phospholipids?

The omega 3s found in Krill meat are bound to phospholipids which are a unique form of lipids that are critical components to the function of cell membranes. The human body naturally utilizes phospholipids to promote cell, tissue, and organ function. This means the omega 3s in Krill meat are easier for us to absorb and utilize in comparison to other fish sources where Omegas are bound to triglycerides.

What are the Health Benefits of eating Antarctic Krill Meat?

Antarctic Krill meat is scientifically proven to Improve heart health, lower cholesterol, reduce inflammation, maintain healthy eyes and visions, support brain function, reduce the risk of developing autoimmune diseases and cancers, aid in weight loss, metabolic and reproductive health, aid in anti-aging and promote healthier hair skin and nails, neutralize free radicals to prevent cellular damage, aid in lowering depression and help support liver function.

What does Antarctic Krill meat taste like?

Although Krill is a shrimp like crustacean, independent blind taste tests have indicated Antarctic Krill meat has more of a crab like taste and texture.

How is Antarctic Krill meat packaged?

Our factory Vessel the “More Sodruzhestva 2” is the only one of its kind that has the capabilities to catch, clean and process Antarctic Krill on board. Our Antarctic Krill meat is blanched fully cleaned and frozen within 3 – 4 hours of being caught to retain optimal quality and nutrients. It is then heat sealed into cans in a saltwater brine and its own natural oils. A video of this process can be found on our website www.krillarcticfoods.com under the learn section.

What is the shelf life of Antarctic Krill Meat?

Our Antarctic Krill meat has an extensive shelf life of 3 years.

What kind of meals can I create with Antarctic Krill meat?

Trying to come up with meals can be daunting especially with an ingredient that you know very little about. Our Antarctic Krill meat is extremely versatile and can be incorporated into countless recipes that you already know and love as well as many new ones! Once you make one, the next will be a breeze. Antarctic Krill meat can be used to make sushi rolls, raviolis, fried rice, Antarctic krill cakes, salads, soups, sandwiches, pizza, burgers, chowders, stuffed peppers, stuffed mushrooms, pastas, sauces, dressings, and dumplings. For a helpful hint to get you started, anywhere that you would utilize crab meat you can utilize Krill meat! For recipes with Antarctic Krill meat, you can head over to our website www.krillarcticfoods.com and go to our recipe section.

Is Krill fishing threatening our marine ecosystems?

There have been several articles discussing how overfishing of krill is having a negative impact on our marine life. We make sure to do our part to ensure that our fishing does not negatively impact our marine ecosystems in any way. Our Krill meat is caught within the strict guidelines established by the CCAMLR (The convention for the conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources) to ensure and promote the health and sustainability of the Krill population in the Antarctic Ocean. The CCAMLR is made up of 25 member countries who get together once a year in October to make decisions to protect and conserve the Southern Marine Ecosystem. One of the topics discussed is what the quota for the fisheries will be to ensure that there is enough Krill left over for all the marine life that depends on it to survive. Our annual krill quota is less than 1% of the total krill biomass (estimated to be up to 500 million metric tons).

Is Krill a fish?

The word “Krill” is Norwegian and translates to small fry or fish, but Krill are not actually fish. Krill are small shrimp-like crustaceans with big black eye and reddish, semitransparent bodies.

Refund Policy

You can return your Antarctic Krill Meat within 30 days of the original purchase date. The product MUST be in like new condition, in its original packaging and never been opened. The buyer is responsible for return shipping fees. Please allow 5-10 business days for a refund to post onto your account. Please contact customer service at [email protected] to start your return. Return Address: 825 Towbin Ave, Lakewood, NJ 08701.