The single and main page could be divided in three parts with pictures and text:
First: a short presentation of the algae with following text:
(title) “Did you say algae?”
Blonde Chlorella is a microalgae produced in Denmark. It can be categorized as a superfood due to its exceptional nutritional attributes. In its pure form in contains 60% protein, an abundance of vitamins, the full range of amino acids, fatty acids (including omega 3), is rich in fibres and free of all known allergens.
Second, a presentation of how to use it, with following text:
(title) Umami and endless opportunities
Blonde Chlorella differs from other microalgaes by being much less dominant in taste and colour. With traits of Umami, a more neutral colour and the ability to mix with any consistency and temperature, Blonde Chlorella can provide a nutrient boost to all the foods and drinks that we love. Chlorella is currently thriving in juices, soups and dressings. It also adds a delicious flavour to alternative pastas and bread. The possibilities are endless!
and third, a short note on the production footprint
(title) A nordic solution to a global challenge
Due to its natural and efficient production, algae is one of the most sustainable sources of protein to exist. The production method and the long lifespan of the dried algae also ensure that it hardly generates any waste. Welcoming Blonde Chlorella as a source of nutrition can thereby contribute to a more responsible food production with a lower CO2 and water footprint.
In the bottom of the page there could be contact information and a link to the food control report (just as in the Foodture website)