March 29, 2021

A microalga originally isolated from volcanic springs has all it takes to become the next ‘superfood’ on the market. Compared to Spirulina – a similar organism that’s been popular as a food and feed supplement for half a century – Galdieria is cheaper and easier to grow, and even more nutritious. In a closed-circuit reactor, it can convert organic waste into valuable proteins.

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