Sustainability

'Aquaculture requires feeding pellets to fish in cages, whereas marine agriculture uses sunlight as the energy source and the elemental wealth of the sea water, with no artificial input.' ©iStock/typhoonski

Omega-3 supply shifts: The case for marine agriculture

By Professor Michael Crawford

Varying forces are rapidly shifting the omega-3 supply chain. In this guest article, veteran researcher professor Michael Crawford says a rapid upscale in sea farming can make a major contribution to sustainable fish oils, with a potentially raised nutrient...

Eu-Roo-pean win:Smart Organic has big plans for its offerings in Europe & beyond...

EU bank backs organic Bulgarian bar maker by a cool €2m

By Nathan Gray

Sofia-based healthy snack and ‘superfood’ producer Smart Organic has won a €2 million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to aid expansion for the rising healthy snack and ‘superfood’ manufacturer.

'GOED does a good job but it has resource restrictions too...' ©iStock/Magone

GOED challenged by French omega-3 supplier

By Shane STARLING

French marine and algae-sourced omega-3 specialist Polaris has called on marquee trade group the Global Organisation for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) to up its presence in Europe.

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