Food supply and distribution are some of the problems that need solving in order alleviate world food shortage that affects more than 800 million people daily.  With the environmental impact of livestock, from feed resources, water consumption, and deforestation, the pollution of toxic chemicals carried in the fatty tissues of fish, innovative solutions must be used to accommodate the growing population nutrition needs. 

One solution may be microalgae, a nutrient rich and easily grown and harvested option, the key being how to convert this source into a viable and marketable food product.

How marine algae could help feed the world

A new study suggests that marine microalgae could be a sustainable solution to tackle global hunger.