Seaweed is on the rise as a sustainable source of protein for people and animals alike, according to Wageningen University & Research (WUR) in the Netherlands.
In the four-year Social Innovation Program "Seaweed for Food & Feed," WUR and the North Sea Farm foundation are partnering with the industry to develop a comprehensive and sustainable seaweed sector.
The work involves multifunctional seaweed farms in the North Sea linked to a land-based chain for logistics, proc
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