Cargill, the Municipal Employee Retirement System of Michigan and multi-family office Bessemer Trust joined existing investors to fund commercialization of Calysta's FeedKind range.
Mike Betts, director of investments at AgFunder, shares his key takeaways from the event and his thoughts on the growing aquaculture sector.
Sustainable seafood business competition Fish 2.0 has selected 37 companies to pitch to investors at its Stanford University final in November, with aquaculture-focused businesses representing over a third of the group.
Agribusiness Cargill announced plans to build a $30 million shrimp feed facility in Guayaquil, Ecuador last month. Here Ryan Lane shares his insights on the industry's technological developments.
Fish 2.0 is a biennial business competition designed to group sustainable seafood technology and supply chain companies together for investors.
A group of researchers conducting project Fish SCALE at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are using DNA sequencing to combat seafood fraud.
“Aquaponics” sounds like something Aquaman would do for exercise. But, it has just as much potential for sustainable farms as Aquaman had for the comic book sea.
Aquaponics is an industry chocked full with potential, but it’s one in its infancy.