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Cyanotech donates Protein Shake & PPE to 2 Hawaii Island hospitals

Cyanotech donates Protein Shake & PPE to 2 Hawaii Island hospitals
Cyanotech donates Protein Shake & PPE to 2 Hawaii Island hospitals

Cyanotech Corp. has recently donated nearly 700 bottles of the Hawaiian Spirulina Protein Shake and PPE (personal protective equipment) to 2 hospitals in Hawaii Island.

Cyanotech is a microalgae-based heath product producing company that offers Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica® and BioAstin® Hawaiian Astaxanthin®.  BioAstin® delivers a superior microalgae-based antioxidant supplement that supports eye, skin and joint health, among others. The FDA-regulated company’s natural, dietary ingredients & supplements leverage its reputation for quality as well as building various nutritional brands.

Hawaiian Spirulina Protein Shake produced by this world leader in microalgae technology is plant-based, with 16 grams of protein in each serving. This protein powder also contains energy boosters such as panax ginseng and rhodiola. According to multiple clinical studies, Spirulina provides various healthful antioxidants as well as supports the cardiovascular and immune system. Additionally, the PPE donated by the company includes respirator cleaning wipes (1 box), Tyvek® suits (2 boxes), and gloves (45 boxes) to the Kona Community Hospital.

Dr. Gerry Cysewski, Cyanotech’s Chief Executive Officer, has stated that the company appreciates the front liners who are fighting against the COVID-19 outbreak in the maximum possible way. Its recent donation to the North Hawaii Community and Kona Community Hospitals has been made to bring nutritional support and protect these front liners in their fight against the pandemic as well as ensure the health and safety of the community. Dr. Cysewski further added that the company will continuously lend support to the hard-hit regions of the Hawaii Island through its donation to the local hospitals.

The manufacturer of Dietary Supplements has taken up several initiatives to keep its employees safe during the pandemic. For instance, it has heightened and highlighted the Disease Control & Cleanliness Policies as well as taken additional sanitizing steps. Making employee health & well-being their top priority, the company has also ensured that the affected employees receive full salary without any deduction for the time they spent at home to recover from the disease.

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