Day: February 23, 2021

Aquaculture becomes a net-positive | Greenbiz

This article originally appeared in the State of Green Business 2021. You can download the entire report here.

The practice of farming finfish, shellfish and aquatic plants — by land and by sea — dates back 3,000 years as first the Chinese and then the Romans sought ways to supplement their food supplies with species such as carp and oysters.

In more modern times, support for aquaculture has ebbed and flowed along with concerns about animal health and welfare, worries over the effluent pollution caused by wastewater discharges, and the unintended impacts of production infrastructure such as pipes and

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What Would Colonel Sanders Say? Tea Eggs, Economic Rebound Help To Feed Growth At Yum China

A cheerful Colonel Sanders beckons passersby into a KFC at the front of the bustling Shanghai Train Station, just as the fried chicken icon does at more than 4,000 KFCs in the United States. Inside, the restaurant chain’s American faithful would be in for a surprise. Along with U.S. staples such as fried chicken and French fries are offerings you won’t find in other countries, such as tea eggs, salted egg yolk rice rolls, sweet pumpkin

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