RICHMOND, Calif. (PRWEB) May 12, 2022
In this series of 20 videos covering 2 decades, producers across the globe, from Mexico to Myanmar, present their farms and products, Early village scale farms began in Asia and Africa, inspiring the first spirulina microfarmers in France, growing in greenhouses.
Twenty years ago, spirulina pioneers discussed the evolution and future of spirulina. Spirulina microfarmers began selling innovative products in their local region.
Their successes launched more than 100 microfarmers across France and an association of producers.
Spirulina Voices show microfarms scaling up from home to backyard to rooftop to commercial greenhouses in California.
Coming soon – follow the new series of Spirulina Voices on the Spirulina Source youtube channel.
About Spirulina – a blue-green microalgae
Of all the microscopic algae, Spirulina is the most popular and the most widely produced, and has been for over 40 years. Millions of health-conscious people around the world enjoy this powerful food packed with 60% digestible protein, unusual phytonutrients, antioxidants and bioactive compounds with proven health benefits. Spirulina is sold in powder, tablets and capsules as a food supplement and is a potent ingredient in nutraceuticals and innovative snacks, foods and beverages. Many local microfarmers are offering fresh and frozen products to their customers direct from the farm. The blue pigment in spirulina – phycocyanin – is now a desirable natural blue food color.
See the 1.5 minute movie trailer for video series on YouTube: https://youtu.be/N2a4KVZ8Smc
Websites: SpirulinaSource.com | SmartMicrofarms.com | AlgaeCompetition.com |
Social Media on Facebook pages: AlgaeMicrofarms | AlgaeCompetition |
About The Producer
Robert Henrikson has been a green business entrepreneur for over 40 years in algae, bamboo and carbon resources. Since 1999, his website SpirulinaSource.com has been a resource center for spirulina algae, launching the Spirulina Voices video series in 2022. He is CEO of Smart Microfarms, developing scalable microalgae systems for urban, vertical and rooftop farms and for algae food products that are local and sustainable. Operating a microfarm in the San Francisco Bay Area CA and marketing SpiruSource® products.
Robert advises entrepreneurs, companies, investment and law firms in microalgae production and marketing, business plans and strategies. A pioneer in algae production and marketing, he was a founder of Earthrise Farms, world’s largest spirulina algae farm. For 20 years as President of Earthrise Company, he promoted Earthrise® Spirulina and green superfoods in 30 countries. Robert has visited algae farms and companies all over the world. Presents at conferences, writes for industry media and has produced over 40 educational videos. Voted Algae Ambassador in Algae Industry Magazine 2015 International Readers Poll.