By Anuja Nadkarni (on STUFF)

A Nelson-based skincare company that uses a unique strain of algae to stop wrinkles has become the first Kiwi company to strike a deal with the Israeli biotechnology sector.

Supreme Health NZ has signed a deal with Algatechnologies to gain access to its cutting-edge technology to make the product more readily available.

Supreme Health’s chief executive Kerry Paul said securing the partnership placed the company at the forefront of micro-algal production in the world.

Israel’s scientists were the world’s first to cultivate anti-oxidants from micro-algae, which made Algatechnologies an ideal partner, Paul said.

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