Davao scientists developing seaweed-based, cancer-fighting foods
A report released by the Philippine News Agency (PNA) said that scientists from the Southern Philippines Agri-Business Marine and Aquatice School of Technology (SPAMAST) are working closely with members of the seaweed industry to develop value-added products that use seaweed-based carrageenan powder in foods such as cakes, pastries and cured meat products like sausages, hotdogs and chorizos.
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