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    The blue economy and algae, a rising force in EU investments

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    EU blue economy report marks out seaweed’s “high potential”

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    Regenerative aquaculture to avoid seafood shortage by 2050

    Planet Tracker calls on investors to support regenerative aquaculture, warning of potential supply gap of up to 50 million tonnes by 2050.

    Making offshore aquaculture a reality

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    Start-ups and investors mingle at Blue Food Innovation Summit

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    Innovasea and Petros join forces on a offshore farm project in Aruba

    Innovasea and Petros obtained government for a 3,000-ton offshore fish farm close to Aruba in the Caribbean Sea.

    Nueva Pescanova defends its octopus farm project in Spain

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