Decapsulated Artemia Cysts

Artemia cyst has a brown shell called chorion. This shell is indigestible for aquatic animals and can be removed by decapsulation method. In this process, under the supervision of the company's experienced experts, in a completely sterile environment, the chorion layer on the inactive Artemia embryo is dissolved using chemicals, and after processing and packaging, it is sold to the consumer market. This product is directly used in shrimp, sturgeon, marine and aquarium industries. The advantage of the decapsulated cyst is its smaller size and more energy and ease of use than the newborn Neapolitan.