29 Aug '16, 12pm

How meatless shrimp could solve seafoods sustainability problem

How meatless shrimp could solve seafoods sustainability problem

Considering Americans eat the equivalent of four pounds of shrimp per person each year, one has to wonder if the planet can sustain such high demand. The answer is not so much, especially since so many natural mangrove habitats are destroyed for shrimp farming. In fact, there are half as many fish in the ocean as there were in 1970, an incriminating statistic for all seafood industries. A future of bioengineered, plant-based alternatives could be a part of the solution.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/how-meatless-shrimp-could-solve-seaf...

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