Dansk tangprojekt vinder europæisk pris

Danish waters produce high quality seaweed which, until now, has not been exploited commercially as there is no tradition of eating seaweed in Denmark. However, with the recent growth in the sushi market and New Nordic Cuisine, the Danish Small Islands FLAG and the Bornholm FLAG, both situated in remote areas where depopulation and a loss of business opportunities are serious concerns, have identified a new opportunity: the two FLAGs are cooperating in a project to create and develop a range of new local products that use seaweed as a raw material.
This project brings together local producers, including fish farmers, mussel growers and processors to promote the sustainable cultivation, harvesting and processing of seaweed. One of the most exciting aspects of the project is the range of partners working together over quite a large area. The project is expected to create many new jobs and generate additional revenue for the areas concerned.  Se videoen.

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  • Tang – Grøntsager fra havet

    Ole G. Mouritsen
    Nyt Nordisk Forlag Arnold Busck A/S
    ISBN 978-87-17-04055-7 (2009)
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    304 sider. Halvbind
    Ca. 200 illustrationer og oiginaltegninger

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