[USA] Widely known as the pioneer of the Seaweed Snack, Annie Chun’s is at it again with the launch of its latest innovation—Seaweed Crisps—just in time for summer barbecues and road trips. By developing a variety of seaweed-based snack offerings, the leading maker of convenient, Pan-Asian foods has created a savory, better-for-you option that’s incredibly crunchworthy—and in three varieties to satisfy every snacker’s palate. Continue reading Annie Chun's Continues to Lead Seaweed Category with Launch of Seaweed Crisps
[Barbados] The pursuit of a greener path to economic development is attractive to Barbados, especially given its limitations in size and dependence on natural resources and fossil fuels.
A green economy approach gives consideration to the level of its available Continue reading Good for growing crops and fruit
Researchers have used compounds found in algae and reef fish mucus to create a material that naturally blocks harmful UV rays, according to a paper published recently in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Continue reading New sun-blocking material uses compounds from algae and fish
[Global] Aternatives to meat protein are nothing new. Rice, beans, nuts, and seeds have been around a long time, and soy began finding its way into the American diet a few decades ago. Continue reading Inside cutting-edge protein alternatives — algae and insects
[Russia] The world’s largest and deepest freshwater lake, containing roughly 20% of the world’s unfrozen surface fresh water, Continue reading Algae worsens problems for Russia’s Lake Baikal
[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