Green Onyx: Vegetable cavier?
Green Onyx is one of a flurry of companies growing the fast-growing bright green aquatic plant lemna (a.k.a. duckweed). But unlike companies attempting to sell powders or proteins, it is focusing on growing it as a fresh product – with a shelf life of six weeks - in small-scale closed, sterile, compact machines (whereby partners would grow it under license), said CRO Ben Kidron.
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