The production of ISIOMER natural seawater:

ISIOMER  works in collaboration with the Saint-Malo navigation company, which has operated from Saint-Méloir-des-Ondes for over 20 years (next to Saint-Malo) in Brittany. Its main activity is pumping and supplying natural filtered seawater to European laboratories and the American continent.

ISIOMER seawater is sourced from the Bay of SAINT-MALO 

Un trésor de la Bretagne

The Bay of Saint-Malo forms a marine ecosystem that is unique in the world thanks to its geographical position as it has the biggest tides in Europe. This allows all of the bay's seawater to be renewed with each tide cycle due to exchanges with the offshore waters. The seawater does not stagnate in the Bay meaning that its chemical composition remains relatively consistent and unaltered. The seawater is constantly stirred meaning that it benefits from good oxygenation which ensures high organic production (phytoplankton). This organic production forms the basis of a rich, diverse and complex food chain that constitutes the typical flora and fauna in the Bay of Saint-Malo.

All of these unique characteristics give the seawater in the Bay of Saint-Malo their outstanding potential.  

Double cold micro-filtered (0.2 microns) according to Professor René QUINTON's protocol

Le plasma marin

ISIOMER seawater is purified by microfiltration (0.22 u) at cold temperatures in order to preserve its high content of mineral elements and trace elements (Calcium, Magnsium, Potassium, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Zinc, Selenium etc) and makes it sterile. It is therefore neither heated nor ionized (gamma ray) and free from additives. 

Sampling for bacteriological analysis before bottling

In order to ensure optimum quality, all of our products are rigorously tested bythe Biorance laboratories in Saint-Malo in Brittany.

Laboratoires Biorance