[USA] In the middle of the New Mexican desert there’s a company called iWi that’s farming algae for people to eat. Could this miracle Continue reading Is algae the food of the future?
[USA] Charles Greene is a climate scientist who looks at the impact of climate on marine ecosystems. He’s a Professor of Earth and Continue reading See how algae could change our world
[USA] DuPont Nutrition & Health (DuPont N&H) and the Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life at the New England Aquarium have Continue reading DuPont Nutrition & Health announces sustainable seaweed program
[USA] Could algae be a solution to projected food shortages in the future? Some growers are hoping so. Continue reading Algae: Pond scum or food of the future?
[USA] “Those are the kinds of bubbles we want to see,” says Rebecca White, pointing to tiny pockets of gas that are barely visible on the Continue reading Amy Nordrum: Low-power ways to grow algae could lock in carbon dioxide and feed the world
[China] China’s largest seaweed producer and processor has acquired a processing factory and aims to sell more to Japan, Europe Continue reading China’s largest seaweed firm eyes foreign markets after $16m factory acquisition
[USA] In the fall of 2013, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) bought 10 samples of carrageenan from 5 companies sold through Continue reading Heavy metals in food: Carrageenan as an example of the need to improve ingredient quality
[Global] Nutritionist and chef Amy Longard has long loved seaweed, and says cooking with it has many benefits. Continue reading Seaweed’s the secret ingredient in this meat-free pâté
[UK] Two years ago I produced a T-shirt for our international chef symposium (“Food on the Edge”) that pictured a piece of seaweed Continue reading JP McMahon: Seaweed is Ireland’s great untapped resource
[UK] It’s slimy green fronds are something you’d usually try to avoid on a trip to the seaside. But now Scottish producers claim that the Continue reading Scottish seaweed tops this year’s food trends