Microalgae contain nutrients and are an alternative source of protein. Unlike traditional sources of protein, they have a low environmental impact. But how are experts focusing on making microalgae known and accepted as an everyday food source?
Top 5 -yesterday
- US (KY): Somerset 30-acre indoor farm receives $50M funding
- 11 ways to reduce vertical farm operating costs
- Japan: Spread raises $30 million to accelerate R&D in berries and alternative meat
- Bowery and Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station to develop disease-resistant spinach
- Singapore: Soft opening of 650m2 vertical farm
Top 5 -last month
- "Hydroponic fodder is more nutritious than conventional fodder"
- The “AirBnB” of indoor farms: Modern fresh food distribution using indoor farm as a service
- Scotland: Strong synergies between vertical farming, renewables and energy storage
- CAN: Fieldless Farms raises $17.5 million to expand operations
- US (NY): Asian greens are booming in New York
Will consumers be won over by microalgae meals?
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