Steep learning curve ahead for RAS

    We try to find out what real impact will RAS have on global production.

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    With all the good and all the bad, land-based farms based on RAS systems are grabbing more and more headlines every day. One day we read about the success of a pilot production that bodes well for the future and the next about the refusal of a permit for the opening of another farm. Today we highlight major new investors in a land-based project, and tomorrow we know about delays in the construction of another due to supply chain problems. But, what real impact will RAS have on global production? Is its potential so huge? Will production estimates be met? From producers to investors, through technology companies or institutions, we talked to several experts to find an answer.

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