Algae uses in food, beverage, and supplements keep expanding. Take food and bev.
Thanks to the 2010 Solazyme Roquette Nutritionals joint venture between Roquette (Lestrem, France) and Solazyme Food Ingredients (San Francisco, CA), food formulators can now use algae to address some key challenges and make foods and beverages healthier. Whole algal flour, for instance, is a fat and egg replacer, thanks to algae’s high lipid Continue reading Algae: 2015 Ingredients to Watch for Food, Beverage, Supplements
[Global] What do you think of when you think of algae? If you’re like most of us, you probably don’t think about eating it. But check out
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There are few things more frustrating than learning that a food that seems healthy actually isn’t. (Soul-crushing spoiler alert: Your lattes and green juices fall under this category.) And yet, Continue reading Are Seaweed Snacks Actually Healthy?
[USA] After James Levine stepped in last summer as CEO at Sapphire Energy, he told Xconomy he would be looking for ways to Continue reading Algal biofuel icon Sapphire Energy moves to diversify product line
Lake Annan has turned a deep shape of green and it isn’t very appealing.
A duckweed algae bloom has enveloped the lake recently but Camden Council said it was not harmful. Continue reading Lake Annan, Mt Annan, engulfed in algae