Axenic microalgae cultivation in a fully controlled and closed system

Phycom’s proprietary algae cultivation technique and production process, result in superior algae with consistent quality.

Phycom’s unique proprietary algae cultivation technique and production process combined with the meticulous selection of raw materials, result in superior algae with consistent quality and composition. Phycom algae are cultivated in a fully enclosed and conditioned system, which is GMP+ as well as FSSC22000 certified. Therefor the algae meet the highest hygienic feed and food safety standards. As a result, these microalgae are free from iodine, heavy metals, pesticides, antibiotics, microbes and other contaminants or other microorganisms.

Proprietary cultivation technique

The algae are cultivated indoors in a fully closed system, thus the growth is completely controlled from start to finish. Phycom selects the best algae strains and is able to make them axenic* before cultivation starts. After succeeding the cultivation step, mass volume production of whole algae strains starts. At the peak of its nutritional value the algae are harvested.  The water is separated from the algae, after which a yogurt- like paste forms. This paste is immediately and rapidly dried after harvesting. 


The dried algae are then ground, resulting in a fresh green leaf color. The worldwide unique - in-house developed - process result in superior and consistent quality and quantity. Due to this innovative production system a superb, the highest quality algae is secured 24/7. Delivery reliability of the highest quality algae, rich in protein, antioxidants, omega 3 fatty acids and other substances is thus guaranteed.​

Algae product portfolio

Fresh algae substance, Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) pellets, Crude algae flakes, Algae Powder and others on demand. Phycom delivers only Dutch produced, EFSA compliant and GMO free algae products.

* Axenic; pure, not contaminated with other microorganisms. Bacteria and other microorganisms often attach themselves to the cell wall of the algae. Phycom has developed techniques to remove them before cultivation.