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August 17, 2021

The alarming UN climate change report was put out over a week ago, but UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ “code red for humanity” message still haunts many as humans continue to cause much of the extreme weather by emitting greenhouse gases.

June 3, 2020

Marine ingredient start-up Yemoja has opened the doors of its new plant dedicated to the production of low carbon footprint microalgae. The Israeli supplier cultivates microalgae customized to fit functional food applications, among other commercial uses. Yemoja has brought production up to speed to meet the new volume of orders emanating predominantly from the global food and nutraceutical sector.

June 3, 2020

Marine ingredients start-up Yemoja has opened a new microalgae production plant to meet the growing demand for its ingredients from the nutraceutical and cosmeceutical sectors.

Located in the Upper Galilee region of Israel, the new production site is dedicated to microalgae cultivation. Yemoja revealed earlier this year that it had developed a platform which allows it to cultivate customised, medical-grade microalgae, and the new site utilises this high-precision, fast-track photobioreactor technology to create a variety of algae-based ingredients.