Land-based macroalgae farming

Bradley A. Gadberry John Colt, Ph.D.; Desmond J. Maynard; Ronald B. Johnson Diane C. Boratyn

Quantity, quality from sustainable food source The three species of macroalgae reared (left to right, Turkish towel, Pacific dulse and sea lettuce) exhibited high-protein, low-fat profiles with adequate mineral content. Macroalgae have been used as food in Asia and Europe for centuries. In the United States, the consumption of macroalgae is currently limited and occurs…

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  • Bradley A. Gadberry

    Bradley A. Gadberry

    Northwest Fisheries Science Center
    National Marine Fisheries Service
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
    2725 Montlake Boulevard East
    Seattle, WA 98112 USA

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  • John Colt, Ph.D.; Desmond J. Maynard; Ronald B. Johnson

    John Colt, Ph.D.; Desmond J. Maynard; Ronald B. Johnson

    Northwest Fisheries Science Center

  • Diane C. Boratyn

    Diane C. Boratyn

    Sol-Sea Ltd.
    Seattle, WA, USA