The aquaculture industry is trying to take fish out of fish food. Are microalgae the solution?

Well written overview.

For those of us in the industry nothing new.

Just re-enforces direction and path we are already on.

Customers at risk due to ‘confusing’ allergen labelling

Here I am wondering that while we don’t have this problem with shrimp – as they are considered allergens already – would restaurants and food handlers with shrimp on menu just blanket allergen label all food in mitigation to cover potential cross contamination?

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Of course a major problem of Shrimp RAS is gasses in the growing zone and how ventilation is required. Two problems with ventilation : 1. Heat/ energy loss from that put in to run at 28-30 degrees. 2. Not containment biosecure anymore if exhausting gases.

Could eventually something like this have a place in future RAS?