Möller’s Cod Liver Oil was recently certified by the environmental organisation Friend of the Sea indicating that Axellus, which manufactures Möller’s Cod Liver Oil, complies with the organisation's requirements for sustainable fishing and responsible processing throughout the value chain.

Möller’s Cod Liver Oil is made of fresh liver from sustainable stocks of Arctic cod, also known as spawning cod. The fish are caught in the rich fishing grounds off Lofoten and Vesterålen. The production of cod liver oil dates all the way back to the founding of the Peter Möller company in 1854.

"I am proud that Axellus has been certified by Friend of the Sea. We have long experience, and it is important to us to act responsibly at every step in the value chain. This certification confirms that the work we do meets a high standard", reports Shaher Yar Khan, Group Operations Director and COO at Axellus in Oslo.

Friend of the Sea is a non-profit organisation intended to preserve biodiversity in the ocean and to promote sustainable development for the production and sale of marine products. This means that the ocean and biodiversity should be taken into account throughout the value chain.

The certification applies to Axellus which is working on tasteless, odourless Omega-3 oil for the corporate market. 


Möller’s Cod Liver Oil is a unique combination of natural Omega-3 from fish and vitamins D, A and E. These nutrients are important for optimal development and to help keep you healthy. Thanks to its positive effects on health, the Norwegian health care authorities recommend a daily dose of cod liver oil from the age of 4 weeks and for the rest of people’s lives. Each year, Norwegians consume about 100 million teaspoons of Möller's Cod Liver Oil.


Axellus is one of the Nordic countries' largest suppliers, marketing a wide range of nutritional supplements and health products. The company manufactures well-known brands such as Möller’s Cod Liver Oil, Gerimax, Nutrilett and Maxim. Axellus is owned by Orkla, and is the result of a merger of the companies Peter Möller, Collett Pharma and Danish Droge. The products are primarily sold through the grocery store channel, health food shops and drugstores.