Why Isn’t Kelp Catching On?

Hannah Selinger, The New York Times Fisheries & Aquaculture

Why Isn’t Kelp Catching On?
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For the past several years, members of the food community and environmentalists alike have looked to kelp, a type of seaweed, as the shiny future of food.

For humans, kelp has high concentrations of potassium, magnesium, iodine and a bunch of vitamins. For Mother Earth, kelp doesn’t require irrigation, pesticides or fertilizer, like many land-based crops do.

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