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An Unlikely Saviour For Farmed Fish … Maggots

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Aquaculture is a rapidly growing industry, generally deemed necessary to meet the increasing global demand for seafood. But when you learn it takes around 1.5 kilograms of wild, ocean-caught fish to produce just one kilogram of farmed fish, common sense says it can’t be sustainable. Enter Luke Wheat, director of Western Australian company Future Green Solutions. He’s making fish food from maggots.

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