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Japanese Algae Farm Receives ASC-MSC Certification for Sustainable Production

A Japanese algae farm, whose microalgae products can be used in the production of biofuels, has become the first in the world to attain certification to the new ASC-MSC Seaweed (Algae) Standard. Euglena  has achieved certification against the standard for its farm producing microalgae on Ishigaki island in Okinawa, Japan, following an audit by Amita, an […]

[ More ] February 26th, 2019 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Biodiesel, Japan, Seaweed |

Seaweed strength? Polysaccharide a ‘key compound’ in immunity promise, says Olmix

Seaweed has huge potential in immunity applications but research much continue to establish mechanisms of action and standardize extracts, says the head of food at Olmix Group. French seaweed specialist Olmix Group works with wild-harvested macro algae or seaweed, extracting bioavailable compounds from red, green and brown variants for use in dietary supplements, functional foods […]

[ More ] February 26th, 2019 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Products, Algae-Nutrients, Seaweed |

UAF invests in seaweed industry, Kodiak facility

The University of Alaska Fairbanks has announced its intention to place a new faculty member at its facility in Kodiak. The move is part of the growing seaweed industry in Alaska. Kodiak has recently ventured into the world of seaweed cuisine through Blue Evolution, which turns seaweed into pasta products and has hired harvesters in […]

[ More ] December 5th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Seaweed |

College of Atlantic Launches Partnership with Largest U.S. Seaweed Farm

U.S. based largest organic seaweed farm, Springtide Seaweed is partnering with College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor to create and operate a saltwater research and production facility on the school’s campus.   The company will use the new saltwater lab to isolate and culture seed stock for a host of North Atlantic seaweed farms, experiment with local […]

[ More ] November 22nd, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Seaweed |

Canadian-owned seaweed firm to resubmit applications for licence

Canadian-owned seaweed company Arramara intends to resubmit applications to harvest seaweed on the Irish west coast, following a Government ruling protecting “traditional” rights. The company, which was bought from the State by Canadian multinational Acadian Seaplants for an undisclosed sum in 2014, said it could take well over a year for the revised applications to be lodged. […]

[ More ] July 12th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Seaweed |

Seaweed Harvesting Begins In Bantry Bay

Mechanical harvesting of sub-tidal seaweed was set to begin in Bantry Bay. Operations by BioAtlantis Aquamarine Ltd, using the Atlantis Explorer (Callsugn EIPQ2) are expected to continue for the duration of the licence until 2024. Harvesting will take place in Areas A, B, C, D and E of the licence area. Source  

[ More ] July 12th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Seaweed |

How Eating Seaweed Can Help Cows to Belch Less Methane

A graduate student in animal science at the University of California, Davis, Roque is experimenting with a cow named “ginger” and monitors everything from the animals’ food rations to the somatic cells in their milk — indicators of inflammation or stress.  The research is into reducing methane emissions from livestock by supplementing their diets with a […]

[ More ] July 12th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae animal feed, Algae-Methane, Seaweed |

RP Energy, BFAR launch Subic seaweed project

Redondo Peninsula Energy Inc. and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources have launched a seaweed farming project to benefit villagers in Subic, Zambales. A memorandum of understanding was recently signed here by RP Energy, BFAR Region 3, Subic Bay Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Fisherfolk Association (SBIFARMFA), and the Farm Capital Corporation. Based on […]

[ More ] June 20th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Seaweed |

Seaweed helps Qingdao’s marine economy stay afloat

China’s appetite for the “grass of the sea” dates as far back as the sixth century, and as a rich source of calcium, iodine, iron and vitamins A, C, B and E, seaweeds have cemented their place as an invaluable ingredient in kitchens and food factories. Estimates by market research firm Global Market Insights put […]

[ More ] June 20th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae for food, Seaweed |

Seaweed-into-biofuel project gets Department of Energy support

A Colorado State University project to grow and harvest ocean macroalgae for biofuel production has received support from the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). ARPA-E has poured over $22 million into their Macroalgae Research Inspiring Novel Energy Resources (MARINER) program, with the aim of establishing the U.S. as a leader in biofuel production. CSU Energy […]

Galicia and Andalusia seek to manage and enhance macroalgae in aquaculture areas

The canning industry organization Anfaco-Cecopesca and the Andalusian Aquaculture Technology Centre (Ctaqua) will work on a project focused on the management and valorization of macroalgae that grow without control in areas where aquaculture is developed. Macroalgae growth in areas where aquaculture is developed can affect the daily activities of this sector, since the management of their removal as waste […]

[ More ] April 17th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Seaweed |

Marine biologist to explore life cycle diversity in red seaweed

Red seaweeds play a critical role in economies worldwide, as they are used in hair products, toothpaste and food. A researcher in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Biology received the Ray Lankester Investigatorship, which allows her to carry out research with a colleague at the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. This work […]

[ More ] April 17th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Seaweed |

Sargassum seaweed spotted on Mayaro beaches

The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) said confirmed sightings have been made of sargassum on Mayaro beaches. The ODPM said it received reports of significant quantities of seaweed off the south-eastern coast of Trinidad, mainly on the Mayaro Beach.  Sargassum is a genus of large brown seaweed (a type of algae) that floats in […]

[ More ] April 17th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Seaweed |

Sabah’s seaweed in international markets

The Sabah seaweed industry has penetrated the international markets and China, Philippines and Japan were among the country’s importers. Fisheries Department Director-General Datuk Munir Mohd Nawi said the European Union members were also keen to import seaweed but this was dependent on the quality. Source

[ More ] April 17th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Seaweed |

BFAR mulls lifting of ban on Sargassum seaweed collection

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) is mulling the lifting of the ban on the gathering, selling, and export of the large brown seaweed Sargassum to provide additional income to poor fisherfolk and to allow studies on its pharmaceutical benefits. The ban was because they serve as spawning grounds for fry species when […]

[ More ] February 16th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Seaweed |

Meet the startup creating edible straws to help save our oceans

Loliware is currently in process of developing biodegradable straws which can be eaten after use or composted. They’re made out of seaweed-based materials and they have a shelf live of two years. If you leave them in liquid, however, they’ll dissolve in 24 hours. Seaweed is a renewable resource that does not require land resources and actually absorbs […]

Farmesa may put up PHL seaweed center

Argentinian food-additive maker Laboratorios Farmesa SAIC  plans to put up a seaweed processing plant in the country. The manufacturing operation will be the first of the Argentinian company outside of its home country and will include a sourcing component. Their expansion plans can bring them closer to both the source of their main ingredient seaweeds, as […]

[ More ] January 10th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Seaweed |

UNSW student invents renewable form of packaging

A graduating student from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia has invented seaweed food packaging, which could eliminate the need for plastic. The student, Jessica Zinga, invented an entirely renewable form of packaging: seaweed fish and chip containers. As part of the Sea Harvest, Zinga has produced the new container packaging using 100% […]

New Vegan Caviar Made From Seaweed

New, healthy, sustainable vegan caviar is now in the market. Because Cavi-art is made from seaweed, no fish are cut up in order to create it. Here are some additional facts about this delicious new product, which is available in black, orange, and a larger “salmon” style, and some ways to incorporate it into one’s favorite appetizers: It can be used […]

[ More ] December 14th, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Algae for food, Algae Non fuel products, Seaweed |

New England Researchers Race To Turn Seaweed Into Biofuel

For the last 10 years, scientists all over the world have been racing to figure out how to convert massive quantities of seaweed into biofuel. UConn Professor Charles Yarish is one of them.  The grant from the Department of Energy is $5.7 million, and will go to Yarish and colleagues at the University of Connecticut and […]

Iranian Scientists Produce Sweets for Diabetics from Seaweeds

Two Iranian scientists have managed to produce special sweets for patients with diabetes using a special kind of seaweed. Delaram Nokhbeh Zare and Shahrokh Khani, two faculty members of Islamic Azad University of Bandar Abbas, in collaboration with the University’s Development Centre, succeeded in producing new sweets with a different taste for diabetic patients. These […]

AIDP and Algaia Introduce Satialgine DVA

AIDP and Algaia are introducing Satialgine DVA, a new alginate line that can be used to enhance texture in both vegan and non-vegan desserts. Satialgine is a seaweed extract that provides a rich and creamy profile. The product is directed towards consumers who have dairy and egg sensitivities, follow a vegan diet, or are looking […]

Fluctuating output brings seaweed prices down

A cycle of boon and bane is bringing down the price of dried seaweed. The low buying price is caused by production fluctuation from late 2015 until early 2017.  At the same time, unstable supply and price have weakened the quality of cultivated seaweed varieties. Production and prices are also vulnerable to changing weather patterns. Seaweed production […]

[ More ] December 6th, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Seaweed |

Eating Cups made of Seaweed? Indonesian Startup Markets Edible Containers to Fight Plastic Pollution

Plastic pollution has become such a problem in Indonesia that it inspired one entrepreneur to develop and sell edible containers made of seaweed, thus hoping to combat the worsening accumulation of plastic trash in the Asian nation. Evoware, the manufacturers of seaweed containers and packaging, is hoping to put a dent in the country’s plastic […]

[ More ] November 28th, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Product Launches, Seaweed |

Seaweed could fuel 10% of US transportation needs, say scientists

The case for seaweed as a viable material for biofuel has been strengthened after an ocean research, exploration, and education organisation received $5.7m of funding from a sector of the U.S. Department of Energy. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) was granted the money by the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) to for two projects that develop tools and […]

[ More ] November 22nd, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Fuel, Seaweed |

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