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Recovering flavouring agents from mussel side-streams
Recovering flavouring agents from mussel side-streams

The WaSeaBi partners are working on recovering flavouring agents from different aquatic side-streams including side-streams from mussel production. Learn m…

The first attempts to develop savoury ingredients from cod side-streams are looking promising
The first attempts to develop savoury ingredients from cod side-streams are looking promising

At DTU Food, a mix of new enzymes specially developed by Novozymes for production of savoury ingredients has been tested on cod solid side-streams from Roy…

Extending the shelf life of herring by-products
Extending the shelf life of herring by-products

Haizhou Wu and Ingrid Undeland from the WaSeaBi partner organisation Chalmers University of Technology, have conducted a study with the aim of prolonging t…

Grand-opening of new filleting line which sorts side-streams
Grand-opening of new filleting line which sorts side-streams

On the 5th of March, WaSeaBi came one step closer to enabling the creation of valuable ingredients from seafood side-streams with the grand-opening of a ne…

WaSeaBi on the agenda at Christiansborg Palace
WaSeaBi on the agenda at Christiansborg Palace

On the 5th of March, WaSeaBi was on the agenda at Christiansborg Palace which houses Folketinget (The Danish Parliament) At an event called A Green Day for…

Sorting seafood side-streams - a step towards creating valuable ingredients
Sorting seafood side-streams - a step towards creating valuable ingredients

Today, seafood side-streams are mainly used for feed production. When the fish is processed in the factory, all side-streams typically end up in one bin. C…

Transforming cod heads, frames and intestines from waste to value
Transforming cod heads, frames and intestines from waste to value

WaSeaBi’s second press release has been published – read it here!

Raising attention in Brussels
Raising attention in Brussels

Through networking sessions, presentations and an exhibition the two WaSeaBi representatives, Iben Bang- Berthelsen and Charlotte Jacobsen from DTU Food ca…

WaSeaBi highlighted at the Bioeconomy Parliament in Sweden
WaSeaBi highlighted at the Bioeconomy Parliament in Sweden

On 23 October Ingrid Undeland from Chalmers University of Technology highlighted the WaSeaBi project at Bioekonomiriksdagen (the Bioeconomy Parliament) in…

WaSeaBi represented at WEFTA 2019
WaSeaBi represented at WEFTA 2019

WaSeaBi was represented at the 49th West European Fish Technologists Association (WEFTA) Conference which took place in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands from the 15…

Samples of side-streams are being collected
Samples of side-streams are being collected

Right now samples of side-stream from the unique Nutaaq cod from Royal Greenland are being collected in Maniitsoq in Greenland. The side-streams include he…

Spreading the word about WaSeaBi
Spreading the word about WaSeaBi

WaSeaBi attends their first event - the Blue Bioeconomy Forum conference in Brussels. After only one month into the project the WaSeaBi project partners ar…

€4 million EU project aims to ensure better utilization of the aquatic resources
€4 million EU project aims to ensure better utilization of the aquatic resources

An interdisciplinary team of 13 partners from five European countries are working together in a four-year project to optimize the utilization of seafood si…

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