Protein continues to be high up in the news agenda this month, with aquaculture in particular demonstrating strong growth over the last year. With it, the question of how to make our food supply chains more sustainable remains as pertinent as ever, with England’s Premier League champions even having their say in the debate.
Land-based aquaculture is heralded as the future of aquaculture, with many big players banking on recirculating systems to raise species such as salmon and trout in onshore facilities. However, is there enough feed to support the growth of this area? Cargill think not.
Aquaculture is growing – and 2019 was another record year for the sector, with production topping 145million tonnes in live weight.
Fresh from winning the English Premier League title, English soccer team Liverpool made their first new signing of the summer, a deal with Quorn to provide sustainable options for supporters on matchdays.
As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc across the world, should the US prioritise alternative proteins? The Good Food Institute thinks so – and so does IFF Taste.
Summer is here and garden parties are in full swing – the New York Times has some handy tips on how to enjoy a socially distanced barbecue.Back to journal