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Move over, plant-based meat – the move now has its eyes on sea creatures. One such company is Gathered Foods, which hit the market on July 19 with plant-based seafood – including a fish-free fillet and a crab-free cake – as interest in alternative foods is getting bigger. Both offerings developed by subsidiary Good Catch …

The latest funding for the new protein startup was led by a Hong Kong-based global venture capital firm, Capital of Happinesswhich has already invested in Beyond Meat, Redefine Meat and Ynsect. The startup, which previously raised $4.3 million, plans to use the latest project funding to complete its industrial pilot program, which will capture CO2 …

If you love to eat seafood, you should thank a great white shark, because they are “the keepers of our fish stock,” according to OCEARCH founder Chris Fischer, who is about to embark on an expedition. in New England to learn more about the magnificent predators. . “If the white shark isn’t there, you have …

Moving Mountains has launched its own plant-based fish fillet. The The UK-based vegan meat brand says its meatless seafood has a lighter impact on the planet and poses fewer health risks. The tenderloin is coated in panko breadcrumbs and has a flaky texture. It offers 10g of protein and is free of cholesterol and GMO …

From art to religion to land use, much of what is considered valuable in the United States was shaped centuries ago by the perspective of white men. Fish, it turns out, are no exception. A study published in Fisheries Magazine, a journal of the American Fisheries Society, explores how colonialist attitudes toward native fish were …

The move follows the launch of the startup’s plant-based tuna product, an addition they say “furthers the group’s mission to create a seafood future where the ocean thrives and provides options for various palates and dietary needs”. For 18 months, Cosentino-Roush guided Endless Foods* through critical and strategic conversations internally and with stakeholders in the …

Although many large cell-cultured seafood companies are based in Asia, Dr. Sebastian Rakers, co-founder of Bluu Biosciences, believes that European consumers will embrace cell-cultured seafood due to their increased benefits in terms of durability and production efficiency. How does cell culture work? Dr. Sebastian Rakers co-founded Bluu Biosciences, Europe’s first cell-based seafood company Cell-based fish …

The climate crisis and, to a lesser extent, overfishing could threaten the world’s supply of essential vitamins and minerals from fish, research suggests. Worldwide, 1 billion people depend on fish and seafood as their main source of protein. Fish is also an essential source of micronutrients – vitamins and minerals such as omega 3, calcium …

It seems to be one step forward and two steps back recently with growing clusters of COVID cases just a week after we returned to meals for five. The cluster that worries us the most? That of Jurong Fishing Port, Singapore’s largest fishing port which has seen cases spread to other community areas such as …

Fake fish is becoming the next big thing in alternative protein. The popularity of alternative meat has skyrocketed in recent years as consumers have begun to change what they eat for a variety of reasons, ranging from concerns about climate change and sustainability to animal welfare and health benefits. personal health. This has led to …

Sambalpur: Odisha Fisheries Minister Arun Sahoo said the government is trying to increase fish production in the state. He said the state produced 2.60 lakh MT of fish in 2019-2020, up from 8.73 lakh MT in the last fiscal year. “… We are planning to increase fish production in the state,” the minister said. Sahoo …

Share on PinterestThe beef on your fast food burger might not be exactly what it seems. Natalie Jeffcott/Stocksy Beef, chicken and fish products in fast food restaurants are not always 100% meat. They may contain additional additives, such as a textured vegetable protein or soy product, which make them cheaper to produce. Health experts say …

The global oceans play an important role in planetary health, providing ecosystem services that range from supporting communities dependent on the blue economy, to oxygenated water, acting as a heat and carbon sink, and moderating the climate. But the health of our oceans is under threat. “The problems and threats currently facing our oceans come …

Worried about abandoning Japan’s traditional fish-based diet, a fishmonger in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture has returned to his rock ‘n’ roll roots to sing the praises of the bounty of the ocean in a bid to to stimulate the decreasing consumption of fish in Japan. Japan has one of the highest life expectancy rates in the …

Called Feed the Next Billion, XPRIZE announced that the two cellular aquaculture startups were among 28 semi-finalist teams in the $15 million competition. Another Fish, Umami Meats* and Cell Ag Tech, which also produce cell-based fish, are other seafood-related companies making a difference. They are joined by SeaSpire, Revo Foods and Kuleana, all of which …

San Diego startup BlueNalu, which grows fish fillets in a lab directly from real fish cells, has made the first cut in the $15 million XPRIZE Feed the Next Trillion competition, which aims to boost production of alternative proteins to help support future generations. BlueNalu is one of 28 semi-finalists chosen from approximately 270 contestants. …

Forget veggie burgers, fake bacon and oatmeal cheese. For vegans at least, plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy have long since become mainstream. Alt-fish – plant-based foods that mimic the taste and texture of fish, or real fish tissue from stem cells – is the next big thing. As an applied ethics researcher, I have …

Efforts to reduce fishing effort on species like herring and menhaden in the name of “extra precautionary management” in most cases, new study finds unlikely to deliver additional benefits for the stocks of predatory species that eat them. “Our results indicate that predator productivity was rarely influenced by the abundance of their forage fish prey,” …

Our organization, Fish Welfare Initiative, exists because there are serious animal welfare problems in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors. Most fish eaten by humans are still killed inhumanely, often by asphyxiation, and the stunning that occurs is often ineffective. Stocking densities often greatly exceed what is beneficial to the animals. The industry is still struggling …