4p2: Conditions for successful seaweed value chain development: lessons from Indonesia
Since the 1980â€™s the farming of seaweeds in Indonesia has developed fast and is now an industry that provides livelihood and income for tens of thousands of coastal households, producing around 10 million metric tons of fresh seaweeds per year. Part of this production leaves the country to be used to produce hydrocolloids which are ingredients for the food and cosmetic industry.
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