Japanese seafood giant invests in a methane-reducing seaweed
Plans are in place to produce more of a methane-reducing seaweed, which could see meat and dairy products become more profitable.
Japanese seafood processor. Nissui, is investing in an Australian cultivator of Asparagopsis which, when used as an additive in cattle feed, can suppress emissions by more than 90%.
Rural editor Sophie Clarke caught up with Immersion Group chief executive Scott Elliot to hear how the partnership could help bolster premium beef markets in both Australia and Japan.
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