Phytoplankton Shipping Delays

Phytoplankton Shipping Delays

We apologize for the delay! We have made some serious improvements to our Phytoplankton (OceanMagik) systems. These changes have been made so we are able to offer you a better product in the future, but have caused some delays in production.

We expect to be back up to full production of an excellent quality product, and for your order to ship out as soon as possible.

If your order contains phytoplankton products & you have experienced a delay, please reach out to us at support@algaebarn.com during business hours (9am to 5pm Mountain Standard time, monday through Friday) so we can answer any questions or concerns.

Again, we are very sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused you, and we greatly appreciate your patience during these growing pains.


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