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The more seaweed we eat, the healthier the sea gets

Seaweed absorbs excess seawater nutrients and is a super healthy vegetable. DTU National Food Institute collaborates with industry to create the green fields of the future below the surface of the sea.
Campylobacter. Foto: CDC/ Dr. Patricia Fields, Dr. Collette Fitzgerald

Methods to reduce campylobacter on chicken meat

Researchers and businesses will develop new ways to prevent campylobacter bacteria from ending up on chicken meat and to ensure that fewer consumers get sick.
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