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Acadian Seaplants Limited™ submits 2023 Communication on Progress to the UN Global Compact


Dartmouth, NS, Canada – May 15, 2024 – Acadian Seaplants Limited™ continues its commitment to the United Nations Global Compact (UN Global Compact) with the submission of the Communication on Progress (CoP) report. The CoP submission helps to measure and demonstrate progress on the Ten Principles and the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN Global Compact in […]

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The Power of Proteins in Dulse


Proteins are key to the health and diet of humans—they are essential for creating enzymes, regulating hormones, moving oxygen throughout the body, building and repairing muscle, and fortifying bones and cartilage. North American consumers have developed a tremendous appetite for protein—and not just from poultry, red meat, fish, and eggs. The high protein content in […]

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Looking for Prebiotic Fiber Foods? Dulse Is a Good Source


Most people are aware that regularly adding dietary fiber is essential for good health. The food industry usually sources dietary fiber from terrestrial sources, however, a red seaweed known as dulse (Palmaria palmata) is also a rich source of complex dietary fiber and this complexity sets dulse apart as a potent prebiotic. Dulse contains the […]

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Can Protein in Seaweed Help Companies Give Consumers the Nutrition They Crave? 


North American consumers have developed a tremendous appetite for protein—and not just from poultry, red meat, fish, and eggs. People are seeking out this essential macronutrient in everything from cheese curls to toaster pastries. The goal? Giving shoppers more of the nutritional building blocks they need to create enzymes, increase energy, build muscle mass, fortify […]

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3 Ways Seaweed Supplements & Extracts Can Transform Women’s Health


Though every person has different health risks, your gender heavily influences yours. For example, women are at a greater risk of conditions including osteoporosis, stroke and migraines. During different life stages, women may also face a higher probability of developing iodine deficiency, metabolic syndrome, or other ailments which can impact quality of life. Of course, […]

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Want to Lower Your Risk of Hypertension? Make Sure You’re Getting Enough Potassium


Cardiovascular disease doesn’t happen overnight. A combination of factors contributes to this illness. According to the annual report from the American Heart Association, high blood pressure is among those most likely to result in death. Also known as hypertension, this condition worsens as the prolonged effects accumulate, turning unhealthy dietary choices today into disorders tomorrow. […]

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