Monday, August 15, 2022
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Gainesville Company Turning Hawaii’s Papayas into Fish Feed

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Eudes de Crecy says 40-50 percent of the papayas in Hawaii are lost before exportation, either because farmers know they aren’t worth sending off or because they’re thrown out at the packing site from rot or other signs of decay.

So the company de Crecy heads as CEO, Gainesville-based BioTork, had what an outsider might figure to be a crazy idea — turning such agricultural waste into fish food.

Read my full story in the Gainesville Sun.

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