Seaweed: sustainable crop of the future? | FT Food Revolution

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Limited land resources mean that seaweed farming could play a part in satisfying our ever-growing demand for food and animal feed. The industry in Europe is only in its infancy, but in Norway, researchers and seaweed farmers believe the country’s long coastline and clean, cold waters mean seaweed has the potential to be a significant and environmentally friendly industry.

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