social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed

Sulfated Seaweed Polysaccharides as Multifunctional

Feb 25 20162 Carrageenan: Sulfated Polysaccharide of Red Seaweeds Historically red seaweeds (Rhodophyta) have been harvested and consumed as foods for at least 2800 years Although red algae are consumed by humans the carrageenan extracted from seaweed is not assimilated by the human body merely providing bulk

Seaweed as an alternative income generation activity for

The current study elucidates the potential of seaweed alginate and carrageenan) used in processing of food pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries (Table 1) Although the coastal community in SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS OF SEAWEED FARMING: A GLOBAL REVIEW IIFET 2012 Tanzania Proceedings 8 Goodman Leo A Snowball Sam-

DuPont Among Coalition to Applaud USDA Carrageenan

Apr 09 2018Seaweed farming is one of the most environmentally friendly types of aquaculture: It uses no arable land freshwater chemical treatments or fertilizers Carrageenan farming has helped lift families out of poverty and improved the economic well-being and social fabric of thousands of communities in countries across Southeast Asia and Africa

Algae Products

Emerging Markets Online Algae 2020 2011 FAO Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed farming 2013 * Credence Research Global Algae Product Market May 2016 Authors: Jana Hennig Monica Jain June 2017 Algae 101 Algae as a group remain relatively unexplored and uncultivated and thus offer

Farming of seaweeds

Jan 01 2015Carrageenan seaweed farming has contributed to improving the socioeconomic conditions of thousands of coastal communities in developing countries throughout the world J Hishamunda N Ridler N 2013 Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed farming Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper 580 FAO Rome Google Scholar

What is the economics of seaweed farming in the world?

The economics of seaweed farming in the Philippines You might as well read the links but I'll just pick out some tidbits 1) Ireland Seaweed and biotechnology in Ireland is worth 18 million Euros Cash flow for 100 tonne Laminaria digitata (or 14 tonnes dry) Break even price 2 15 euros per kg I think figures below is for non-dried seaweed

Seaweed Economics 101: Boom and Bust in the North Atlantic

Jan 05 2016A lot has happened Funderud is now chief executive officer of Seaweed Energy Solutions And he finally managed to harvest his seaweed—100 tonnes of it from a 300-by-300-meter patch of ocean (about the size of 72 Olympic-sized pools) Funderud estimates that annual production of 1 000 tonnes sold for high-value products would be profitable

Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed

Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed farming in India 163 1 Introduction 164 2 Carrageenan seaweed production and value chain 164 2 1 History 164 2 2 Production 165 2 3 Value chain 166 3 Carrageenan seaweed farming: economic and social performance 169 3 1 Techniques 169 3 2 Economic performance 170 3 3 Social performance 174 4

Chondrus Crispus

Chondrus crispus commonly known as 'Irish moss' was the original raw material for carrageenan production However as demand increased and new applications appeared it was necessary to find a new supply of raw materials Since different species produce different types of carrageenan new seaweed species were incorporated into carrageenan manufacture (Table

Seaweed

Apr 17 2019Seaweed is mostly valued on the quality of the carrageenan Culturing seaweeds in inter-tidal and sub-tidal zones is attractive to coastal s thus they can engage in this form of coastal aquaculture because of the relatively higher cash income that can be derived from this activity compared with small-scale fishing (Nerisa et al 1991)

Edible Seaweeds Sold in the Local Public Markets in Tawi

Dec 04 2019Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed farming in the Philippines In: Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed farming Valderrama D Cai J Hishamunda N Ridler N ed p 91–113 HURTADO-PONCE AQ LUHAN MRJ GUANZON JR NG 1992 Gathering of economically important seaweeds in Western

Social and economicud dimensions of carrageenanud

Social and economicud dimensions of carrageenanud seaweed farming By M Krishnan and R Narayanakumar Get PDF (310 KB) Abstract There is an urgent need for establishing routine procedures forud the collection compilation and publication of data on standing stocks and landingsud from natural seaweed beds in India by district and state

SEAWEED INDUSTRY IN EUROPE: A GUIDE TO BETTER

to promote a sustainable seaweed harvesting sector in Europe These recommendations target the 3 dimensions of sustainable development: environmental social and economic The analysis of these management practices underlined common issues to the six countries however some specific aspects like the history of

POTENSI USAHA BUDI DAYA RUMPUT LAUT DI PULAU PANJANG

Standar Nasional Indonesia 2010 Produksi rumpu laut kotoni (Eucheuma cottoni) – bagian 2: Metode long-line Valderrama D J Cai N Hishamunda and N Ridler 2013 Social And Economic Dimensions Of Carrageenan Seaweed Farming Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper No 580 pp 204

Seaweed Aquaculture: An Alternative Income Generation

10 Valderrama D (2012) Social and Economic Dimensions of Seaweed Farming: A Global Review IIFET Tanzania Proceedings pp 1-11 11 Sievanena L Brian C Richard P Celia L (2005) Weeding through assumptions of livelihood approaches in ICM: Seaweed farming in the Philippines and Indonesia Ocean Coastal Management 48: 297-313 12

Sulfated Seaweed Polysaccharides as Multifunctional

Feb 25 20162 Carrageenan: Sulfated Polysaccharide of Red Seaweeds Historically red seaweeds (Rhodophyta) have been harvested and consumed as foods for at least 2800 years Although red algae are consumed by humans the carrageenan extracted from seaweed is not assimilated by the human body merely providing bulk

Sustainable Seaweed Farming in Solomon Islands (KSLOF

Nov 07 2014Around the world certain species of seaweed are harvested to create carrageenan products Carrageenan is extracted from red edible algae and used to gel and thicken products You can find carrageenan in toothpaste ice cream pudding shampoo pet food and air freshener gels to name a few

SEAWEED RESEARCH IN INDIA

Krishnan M and Narayanakumar R: Socio-economic dimensions of Seaweed Farming in India Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute 2012 Kaliaperumal N and Kalimuthu S: Seaweed potential and its exploitation in India Regional Ceotreo Central Marine Fisheries Research Seaweed Res Utiln 1997 19(1 2): 33-40

SEAWEED RESEARCH IN INDIA

Krishnan M and Narayanakumar R: Socio-economic dimensions of Seaweed Farming in India Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute 2012 Kaliaperumal N and Kalimuthu S: Seaweed potential and its exploitation in India Regional Ceotreo Central Marine Fisheries Research Seaweed Res Utiln 1997 19(1 2): 33-40

Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed

Get this from a library! Social and economic dimensions of carrageenan seaweed farming [Diego Valderrama Junning Cai Nathanal Hishamunda Neil B Ridler Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ] -- Carrageenan is a gelling agent extracted from red seaweeds and it has multiple applications in the food processing and other industries

Successful Approaches for a Red Seaweed Biorefinery

The carrageenan yield can account for 32% of the dry weight of the seaweed but the amount generated of residual fractions approx 30% of the initial material and the increasing carrageenan production make necessary the valorization of the waste fractions [45 70]

Seaweed Farming

John Forster Ricardo Radulovich in Seaweed Sustainability 2015 4 2 Development of cost-efficient farm systems Seaweed farming is already quite cost efficient The average cost of production of L japonica in China for example is about USD 650–700/t dry weight (Chen personal communication) while costs reported by the FAO for carrageenan seaweed farming

Cultivation and utilisation of red seaweeds in the Western

Jul 24 2013Seaweed farming in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) Region is carried out in a number of countries most of them farming Eucheuma denticulatum Kappaphycus alvarezii and Kappaphycus striatum These species are farmed mostly in Tanzania with limited production in Madagascar Mozambique and Kenya current production (2012) stands at 15 966 t (dry

7 CARRAGEENAN

7 1 Carrageenan production methods There are two different methods of producing carrageenan based on different principles In the original method - the only one used until the late 1970s-early 1980s - the carrageenan is extracted from the seaweed into an aqueous solution the seaweed residue is removed by filtration and then the carrageenan is recovered

Europe Carrageenan Market Research Report at

slide 5: Europe Carrageenan Market +1 888-702-9626 | | contactmarketdataforecast 7 1 3 Social 7 1 4 Technological 7 1 5 Legal 7 1 6 Environmental 7 2 Porter's Five analysis 7 2 1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 7 2 2 Bargaining Power of Consumers 7 2 3 Threat of New Entrants 7 2 4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services