Funding for novel harvesting technique

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A new way to harvest seafood which leaves the seabed undamaged by dredging has been given a cash injection

A novel way to harvest seafood whilst protecting fragile ocean habitats and carbon sinks is a step closer thanks to investment from the Ocean 14 Capital Fund.

Norwegian technology and seafood company, Ava Ocean, has been awarded up to €10 million to help the company take its non-invasive harvesting gear for species such as scallops and sea cucumber to international markets.

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