Golden Sunrise is dedicated to supply pure, fresh and nutritious Spirulina. Our natural spirulina is produced under a clean and controlled environment. We undertake cautious care in maintaining the culture to harvest the best in class spirulina powder. Our Spirulina culture is maintained as per Zarook Formula.

Our specialty is the use of stone grinding machine which grinds spirulina flakes to powder at any consistency without letting the material to be heated up. Excess heating during grinding of spirulina powder would result discoloration of the powder and also burn out of various nutrition.

Packing Specifications

We offer Spirulina in different standard packing sizes like 50 grams, 100 grams and  1  Kilo gram.


50 Grams Pouches : 50 Gram sachets are packed in aluminium pouches.

100 Grams Pouches : 100 Gram sachets are packed in aluminium pouches.

1 Kg Powder : 1 Kg of spirulina powder will be first heat seal packed in an hdpe (High-density polyethylene) pouch and then again sealed in an aluminium foil pouch. This ensures double safety for the materials.


Spirulina capsules are either packed as 100 numbers per bottle or 60 numbers per bottle. The packing material we use is HDPE bottles. Each bottle will be foil sealed with a silicon pouch inside the bottle to avoid moisture.

Nutritional Facts

Protein Spirulina has the highest protein of any natural food (65%); more than animal and fish flesh (15-25%), soybeans (35%), dried milk (35%), peanuts (25%), eggs (12%), grains (8-14%) or whole milk (3%).
Fat Only 5%, far lower than almost all other protein sources.
Calories 36 calories per 10 grams.
Minerals 7%
Carbohydrates 20%
Cholesterol None
  • Spirulina is a low fat (5%), low-calorie (36 calories per 10 grams), cholesterol-free source of protein (around 65%).
  • Contains 8 essential and 10 non-essential amino acids.
  • High levels of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).
  • Contains Beta Carotene, Vitamin B-12 and B-complex vitamins.
  • Contains minerals like iron, calcium, phosphorus, nucleic acids RNA & DNA, chlorophyll, and phycocyanin.