About Sun Chlorella

What is Chlorella?

For almost 50 years, Sun Chlorella has been recognized as a premier provider of chlorella supplements. We have been recognized with numerous awards, including the Monde Selection award, for five straight years. This highly-competitive award recognizes quality products based on their health impact, convenience, taste, environmental friendliness, labeling and overall innovation.

In 2013, Sun Chlorella won the Grand Gold Award, signifying that the product received a quality rating of 90-100%. Ours was the only chlorella awarded the Grand Gold Award in 2013 among several other companies’. This recognition, among others, are a testament of our commitment to quality, innovation and wellness.

The mission of Sun Chlorella is to bring the life-affirming, nourishing nutrition of chlorella to the world. With a proactive approach to operational excellence, we promote advanced research, product development and superior quality. Our model ensures a highly positive environment that cultivates employee development, public education and customer service.


Sun Chlorella® ‘A’ is a natural and nutritious single-celled green algae food supplement. Whole foods, such as chlorella, contain a broad spectrum of nutrients perfectly designed by nature, not science. This means that your body receives small amounts of complete nutrition, nourishing all systems within the body, as opposed to a large dose of a specific synthetic supplement designed to target just one or two functions. That is why we call it whole food for your whole body.Chances are, you have probably heard of chlorella by now. Sun Chlorella® ‘A’ is taken globally by around 10 million people every day and is the single most popular green food supplement taken in Japan – one of the healthiest nations on earth, with people expected to remain in good health longer than anywhere else, an amazing 76 years! But far from being a trendy health fad, chlorella has a little more history than you may have realised. The microscopic freshwater single-cell green algae dates back approximately 540 million years!