Seaweed could shield Ireland’s food and drink business from Brexit fallout

Seaweed could shield Ireland's food and drink business from Brexit fallout

IRELAND SHOULD GROW its seaweed sector to help weather the effects of Brexit on the food and drinks industry, a government committee has said. A report from the joint committee on agriculture, food and the marine singled out seaweed as an underdeveloped commodity that Ireland could use to “help mitigate some of the damage” caused by a hard Brexit. “Seaweed represents an opportunity for diversification of Irish aquaculture output,” the report said.

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