Flemish TV channel PlattelandsTV found out how exactly the ValgOrize project plans to convince the European consumer to add (more) locally produced, nutritious, qualitative, sustainably cultivated and...
ValgOrize Newsletter December 2020
Seaweed farm and ValgOrize partner Zeewaar got to celebrate a HUGE milestone in September: they received the first seaweed farming FSC 22000 Food Safety certificate in the EU!
Harvesting of phototrophic micro-algae refers to dewatering of the algae growth culture to obtain a more concentrated biomass.
The team at the University of Greenwich has established the ‘Valgorize algal pilot facility’ to cultivate microalgae, starting with Dunaliella salina.
Can chickens, and by extension their derived products (meat or eggs) benefit from the addition of algae to their feed?
In Europe, the availability of quantified and accurate seaweed market data is limited. Whilst reliable market data is essential for the further development, growth and professionalisation of the secto...
The ValgOrize project has inspired three graduating students of the Master FOGEM (Functioning and Management of Marine Ecosystems) program, co-chaired by the Universities of Lille and Littoral Côte d’...
ValgOrize Newsletter December 2019