[New Zealand] Bay of Plenty authorities are braced for a severe sea lettuce season, with the thick sheets of algae expected to bloom at dozens Continue reading Swimmers beware! Sea lettuce tipped to clog North Island beaches
[UK] Fresh or dried wild seaweed may be on sale in a supermarket near you, writes Fiona Bird. But much better than supporting what may be unsustainable harvesting, Continue reading Seaweed on the shore, seaweed in the kitchen
[USA] When Bren Smith first started cultivating seaweed in the Long Island Sound, his friends “laughed him off the water.” “They said I was growing arugula at sea,” he says. Continue reading Vertical seaweed gardens are the new way to feed ourselves from the overfished oceans
[UK] Sharon Ní Chonchúir says seaweed is one of the most nutritious foodstuffs on the planet and we need to protect this Continue reading Seaweed: A nutritious foodstuff that needs protecting
[Israel] Fresh organic seaweed harvested directly from the Mediterranean Sea and cultivated in specialized offshore eco pools in Israel has led to new lines of sea lettuce marketed by Arava Export Growers. Continue reading Israeli organic sea lettuce lines make a splash
[Israel] Israeli fresh produce supplier Arava Export Growers has launched a new range of organic seaweeds targeted at the UK and German retail markets. Continue reading Israeli exporter launches new organic seaweed
[Ireland] A series in which Irish Times writers go off the beaten track. This week: a seaweed foraging workshop in Kerry is a feast for mind, body and taste buds, and the day ends with a unique 10-course banquet. Continue reading Lesser Spotted Ireland: I get by with a little kelp from my friends
[USA] For foodies on the Monterey Peninsula, the vibrant green seaweed that has washed up on local shores could be the spice you’re looking for.
For the second time in two years, Continue reading Green seaweed on Monterey Peninsula shore is safe and edible
[China] Grab your friends and a Facekini®, it’s algae bloom season in Qingdao!
In what’s been a summertime rite of passage since 2007, the Chinese coastal city in the Shandong province Continue reading A Chinese beach city welcomes its annual algae bloom
In 15 years’ time, there’s a chance some of the beef you consume will have been grown in a test tube. The cow never would have had a beating heart, nor a brain, nor would it have seen a paddock or a feedlot. It would just be a Continue reading The future of food: cultured meat, 3D-printed meals, GM crops, Soylent and seaweed