Nutritional quality is used here to encompass all aspects of fish as food. This includes flavor and visual aestics.
IntraFish reports today that “Land-based salmon farming’s dirty little secret” is the problem with their product’s odor stating that “Earthy and musty flavors continue to be an issue for land-based salmon producers” and wonders “Can it be solved?”.
Compare nut trees to either net pen or land based salmon farming and it’s clear; truly sustainable good nutrition is possible without such issues as animal welfare, local environmental damage and heavy carbon footprint.
Cell-based foods have RAS running in circles. “Feeding the Future” with science and entrepreneurship, is it easy to see a future that is lean, mean and way more green than recirculating and net-pen aquaculture.
RAS based fish farming requires a huge investment compared to all other forms of fish farming and with the uncertainty of the Global Climate Crisis another concern should be dawning on RAS investors… will the “younger demographic be more open to plant-based food“? Intrafish is reporting from the Global Seafood Marketing Conference in Orlando Florida […]
According to Fish Farmer Magazine; “A TASTING session involving specially bred salmon was due to take place in Iceland today.” They quote the biotech company doing the research and development: “‘More than half of all aquatic species are now produced by aquaculture and its production is likely to double in the next 15 years, and […]
Mushy salmon flesh and US consumers are interested in eating more fish however are concerned about how that fish is produced preferring mariculture – farming fish in the open ocean