OmegaK seems to be a small company with no other products except for this krill oil. The company was founded by an author who developed the formula based on personal experiences with his father's health. No credentials are provided.
Each bottle contains 60 softgels, represented in 500mg softgels. Each serving is 1,000mg of krill oil. The product claims there are naturally-occurring fatty acids, phospholipids and astaxanthin, however the quantities are not shown.
OmegaK is very thorough in explaining the benefits of krill oil, supporting its efficacy with clinical findings. The website is very well written and organized and the content is especially helpful to consumers who are uninformed about krill oil.
The biggest disappointment with OmegaK is that no information as to how much EPA, DHA, astaxanthin or phospholipids is represented in one single serving. The fact is, simply stating 1,000mg of krill oil is not enough, as this lack of information is very misleading to consumers. It is particularly important to highlight the exact mg of EPA and DHA, which are not indicated whatsoever on this label.