1. Niche market wheats are coming soon

    While your everyday, even high quality, hard red spring wheat isn’t doing so well in the marketplace right now, a biotech company in Davis, California, is launching a new reduced-gluten HRSW. Arcadia Biosciences also has other wheats with distinctive health-benefit traits in its pipeline. Arcadia is hopeful that introducing these non-GMO traits into wheat will…Continue Reading »
  2. Albert D. Bolles, Ph.D. Joins Arcadia Biosciences Board Of Directors

    — Prominent consumer food industry executive will help guide commercialization strategy for innovative health and nutrition ingredients– DAVIS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 15, 2018— Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: RKDA), an agricultural food ingredient company, announced today that Albert D. Bolles, Ph.D., a leading consumer food industry executive, has joined its board of directors. Bolles is the former…Continue Reading »
  3. Arcadia Biosciences Announces First-Quarter 2018 Financial Results and Business Highlights

    — A strong start to 2018 in product development and commercialization plans for consumer-driven health and nutrition ingredient products, fifth consecutive reduction in year-over-year quarterly operating loss — DAVIS, Calif. (May 9, 2018) – Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: RKDA), an agricultural food ingredient company, today released its financial and business results for the first quarter…Continue Reading »
  4. Arcadia Biosciences’ Traits Increase Rice Yields By Double Digits

    — Triple stack innovation demonstrates value across multiple growing conditions, enhancing crop productivity, climate stability and stewardship — DAVIS, Calif. – May 8, 2018 – Arcadia Biosciences (Nasdaq: RKDA), an agricultural food ingredient company, today announced field trials results from the past two crop seasons showing significant yield gains in rice with three of Arcadia’s…Continue Reading »
  5. Arcadia Biosciences’ reduced gluten wheat

    Ingredient Snapshot: Arcadia Biosciences, an agricultural food ingredient company, has announced plans to add its new reduced gluten (RG) wheat lines to its GoodWheat portfolio of branded ingredients. The company expects to have its first RG bread wheat flour available for commercial testing by the end of the year.Continue Reading »