Koralo launches a new mycelium and microalgae fish fillet in South Korea

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Algae, Microalgae & Seaweed

8 of the Most Exciting Innovations in Algae

Algae is essential for human life. According to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, around half of the oxygen produced on the planet comes from it. But beyond sustaining our lives, this diverse group of photosynthetic organisms has the potential to replace animal proteins and fossil fuel-based materials, including plastics and fuel. Additionally, algae can be used to make colorings, food additives, omega-3 supplements, and much more. The algae products market is projected to reach $6.01 billion by 2031, at a CAGR of 7.9% from 2024 to 2031, according to Meticulous Market Research.  Here, we present eight worldwide algae innovations propelling us toward a more sustainable planet: 1. Koralo’s New F!sh – South Korea Koralo, a German fermentation startup based in South Korea, has developed an alt fish fillet — New …


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Plantbased Business Hour

The Best Not-Pork Dumplings Are From Algae. Dave Schroeder of Triton Algae Innovation

Dave Schroeder, Director of Regulatory and Corporate Affairs at Triton Algae Innovations, discusses being the little engine that could and outlasting the economic downturn on The Plantbased Business Hour with Elysabeth Alfano. Plus, he takes Elysabeth through the magic of algae at their San Diego plant as she tastes their newest products: algae dumplings – tastes like pork! – high-protein pasta and chips from their new brand: Too Good to Be. Specifically, they discuss, The versatility and functionality of algae. Scaling an algae plant and taking the Triton Algae Innovations tour The newest products: high-protein pasta and non-pork dumplings and The secret to lasting through a financial storm. Below is a highlight clip from their long-form conversation. Podcast here. Display content from YouTube Click here to …