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Don't just take our word for it. Read articles from various publishers about the algae revolution.

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The plant-based food that grows where no other crop can survive

October 1, 2019

“Our goal is to create a sustainable food solution for everyone on our planet. We’re doing that by cultivating marine produce outside the ocean, on land that can’t be used for other crops.”

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Algae, a low-impact, delicious and sustainable food

October 4, 2019

"Nannochloropsis contains higher amounts of essential amino acids than both beef and fish."

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Should You Add Algae to Your Diet?

April 23, 2019

"Research has shown that the omega-3s found in certain species of algae, such as nannochloropsis and spirulina, have the same bioavailability as those found in salmon."

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Six Technologies That Could Shake the Food World

October 2, 2018

"Advances in algae farming are making it a popular ingredient in new foods like algae-based protein bars and vegan shrimp."

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Is algae the food of the future?

June 1, 2018

"To survive, we need to reinvent the way we farm and eat. Experts say algae could be a possible solution."

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An Interview with Miguel Calatayud

September 6, 2017

"We have the highest bio-availability, which is the absorption rate by the human body, in the whole Omega 3 industry."

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How algae could help save us from the impending freshwater crisis

September 29, 2019

"We can grow our algae in that salt water, which otherwise couldn’t be utilized to produce any other crop."

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Why Algae Needs to Become Part of Your Diet ASAP

April 15, 2019

"Higher levels of DHA and EPA are linked to a reduced risk of chronic disease—including heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers—as well as anxiety and depression (especially in women)."

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Acres of saltwater pools in the desert are growing an algae food revolution

August 9, 2019

"High in protein and low in carbon footprint, algae is a breakthrough for feeding the world in a changing climate."

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