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Simon Reeve helping to harvest seaweed in Indonesia

 

Simon Reeve in Indonesia, helping to harvest seaweed, a 'future food' and a 'future fuel'. © Craig Hastings.

Simon Reeve in Indonesia, helping to harvest seaweed, a ‘future food’ and a ‘future fuel’. Seaweed is something of a wondercrop, and many experts think we need to be eating a lot more of it, because it’s so easy to grow, and it’s a good source of vitamins, minerals and protein. Seaweed could actually help us to resolve some of our most pressing global issues.

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