By conscientiously promoting marine biodiversity, Seanova wants to minimise the impact of man on the marine environment and offer innovative and effective solutions derived from blue biotechnologies.

Since time immemorial, health and nutrition have relied on nature to provide mankind with the active ingredients and nutrients necessary for its well-being and balance. Today, more than 90% of marine resources remain to be discovered, which promises many beautiful and numerous innovations.

Anxious to make the most of this marine wealth without depriving itself of the benefits it offers, Seanova travels the world in search of marine ingredients of interest that meet very precise specifications in terms of efficiency, innovation and respect for the environment. This is why Seanova favours marine active ingredients derived from the co-products of fishing and marine cultures. In the same approach, Seanova is developing a range of terrestrial active ingredients, again respecting nature.

Respect for the environment

The oceans regenerate naturally. The key to sustainability is to ensure that we do not deplete our ocean resources faster than they can be replenished. Our Epax® oils are certified Friend of the Sea® which protects the biodiversity of the oceans. This label guarantees that the oils come from regulated fisheries with respect for species and quotas.

Seanova is a player involved in marine ecology and the preservation of marine biodiversity as well as the planet.


  • A long-term strategic alliance with our suppliers guarantees full traceability from source to finished ingredients
  • Control throughout the manufacturing and processing chain
  • 100% natural products and organic range of products


  • Selection of our suppliers
  • Regulated fishing
  • Respect for species and quotas
  • Friend of the Sea® Certifications
  • Valorisation of co-products to minimise the impact on biomass


  • Actor in maritime ecology through our contributions to research projects in marine culture
  • Supporting the advancement of oceanic scientific knowledge through our involvement in research clusters (Collège de France, Museum of Natural History, Pôle Mer)