During the American Seed Trade Association CSS & Seed Expo in Chicago this week, Arcadia Biosciences announced the launch of a new product line – GoodHemp. As the company’s new brand for delivering genetically superior hemp seeds, transplants, flower and extracts, GoodHemp’s first commercial product is a disease resistant and ultra-low THC hemp seed.
Arcadia Biosciences CEO Matt Plavan speaks with Proactive’s Christine Corrado about the company’s new product line called GoodHemp.
Arcadia CEO Matt Plavan spoke with Proactive’s Steve Darling to discuss the company’s third-quarter results. Plavan also discussed some of the company highlights during that quarter including the latest on their hemp research facilities.
For at least a while longer, it will be illegal for farmers to grow commercial hemp in the open in Yolo County, even as psychoactive cannabis is legal. The Yolo County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to extend a moratorium on hemp cultivation until they can study the issue further. One major concession made by … Read More
Archipelago™ Ventures, the recently formed joint venture (JV) between Arcadia Biosciences and Legacy Ventures Hawaii, is scaling its Hawaiian hemp cultivation footprint. The JV has also introduced a new autoflowering hemp varietal, as well as initiating oil extraction operations on the islands.
The company’s scientists have developed a series of wheat varietals through traditional breeding methods that provide functional benefits like high fiber content, extended shelf life or reduced gluten.
Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. has received a patent for reduced-gluten grains from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the Davis-based company said Sept. 23. The wheat contains 75% less gluten content than traditional wheat and delivers improved protein quality and increased levels of essential amino acids such as lysine and histidine, according to the company.
Shares of Davis-based Arcadia Biosciences Inc. rose more than 52% on Monday after the agricultural technology company’s newly named CEO forecast a large revenue increase. Please download/save PDF.
Agreement accelerates global commercialization of Arcadia’s high fiber resistant starch wheat technology, provides Arista and Bay State Milling Company exclusivity in key wheat markets, including North America, and leverages companies’ food science expertise and leading positions as grain and ingredient providers.
Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. has reached an agreement with Arista Cereal Technologies and Bay State Milling Co. for commercialization of its high-fiber resistant-starch wheat in several key markets.