[India] Ever since Aakas Sadasivam, an aeronautical engineer, learnt about the nutritional properties of spirulina, a multicellular algae, it Continue reading How this company is changing the way we consume vitamins and minerals
[Germany, Global] Algae are among the Earth’s oldest life forms. They already “invented” photosynthesis around three billion years ago and are Continue reading Microalgae: The latest “superfood” for the global market
[Global] Algae has grown in popularity since it was discovered to be a potent source of health and healing powers. Continue reading Superfood on the rise: Top 5 Chlorella benefits
[USA] People are always searching for the fountain of youth, but it turns out what we eat can be what really helps us live longer. Continue reading Seaweed: A healthy green from under the sea
[Japan, USA] DIC Corporation today announced the opening of the DIC/Earthrise Algae Research Center, a leading edge facility that will capitalize on Continue reading DIC Group opens DIC/Earthrise Algae Research Center in the USA
[Global] For starters it’s low in carbohydrates and calories making it the perfect snack to munch away on at your desk – granted they’re not as delicious as a Percy Pig but what can you do? Continue reading 8 Reasons you should start eating seaweed
[Ireland] Seaweed skincare products by Caraderm Skincare in Ballycastle are now on sale at the Rathlin Island Ferry terminal building as well as in pharmacies and online.
Developed by former bricklayer and Continue reading Dragons' Den gives Caraderm Seaweed the chance for expansion
[India] The global hunger index (GHI) ranks India high with regard to proportion of calorie-deficient or undernourished population and prevalence of underweight children up to the age of five and their mortality. Continue reading Indian experts: Marine algae and their compounds as health and nutrition
[USA] Seaweed, according to the National Ocean and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) Service of the United States Department of Commerce, is the common name for countless species of marine plants and algae that Continue reading Seaweed research as a viable economic and scientific venture
[Scotland] From edible vegetable soil to craft ice cream and digital dining, the culinary world has seen its fair share of interesting and intriguing new movements; but in 2015, Scotland is set to lead the next global trend with the re-emergence of an ancient and highly nutritional natural ingredient; Scottish Continue reading A shore thing!