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SEADLING has started a non-invasive product test with the Universiti Putra Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur to obtain scientific data about the efficacy of our fermented, prebiotic seaweed supplement SEADLING Pet.
The world is home to almost 1.5 billion cattle and each of them emits 100 and 300 litres of methane per day - making the cattle-farming sector one of the largest methane emitters globally. In fact, the industry accounts for an estimated 15 percent of the world’s anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions.
But the solution for this growing problem might be close: An inconspicuous red seaweed species called Asparagopsis is scientifically proven to reduce methane emissions in cattle drastically.
SEADLING is thrilled to announce that Mr. Amar Mardiansah has joined our steadily growing team last week!
Amar is responsible for processing seaweed as well as operating manufacturing equipment in our factory based in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
A warm welcome Amar to the exciting world of seaweed and to being part of the huge opportunities ahead of us.
Seaweed is steadily becoming a key player in global food production with both research and development of new seaweed increasing by 16.8%. Growing demands to supply food for growing populations, pressing concerns over climate change and the development of new technologies has fostered a momentum and huge potential market in the form of seaweed.
We are happy to announce the expansion of our land-based hatchery in the pristine environment of the West coast of tropical Borneo. With the new building SEADLING can enlarge our R&D capacity by six times.
Another shipment of SEADLING Pet is on the way to our UK customer. The SEADLING team is always happy to share this amazing product with the world. It is made using our proprietary fermentation process with fresh, 100% natural, non GMO seaweed farmed by communities here in Borneo.