Landlocked Nebraska Town May Hold Key to Fish Farming Quandary

(07/12/19)

A U.S. factory about 800 miles from the nearest ocean may hold the key to making fish farming more sustainable.

The $200 million plant in the midwestern town of Blair, Nebraska, started production this week of an oil made from algae that its owners say could help solve one of the most vexing conundrums facing the global aquaculture industry, estimated to be worth $180 billion.

Farming has increased fish supplies at a time when the ocean’s stocks are dwindling and consumer demand is.............................................................


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