1. Arcadia partners with GoodMills Group

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    Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. continues its collaborative efforts to expand the availability of its GoodWheat portfolio of products, this time partnering with GoodMills Innovation, an affiliate of GoodMills Group, Europe’s largest milling company. Through the partnership the two companies plan to commercialize wheat with improved nutritional value across Europe.Continue Reading »
  2. Arcadia Biosciences and Three Farm Daughters venture to boost wheat ingredient offerings

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    Agritech company Arcadia Biosciences and consumer food company Three Farm Daughters will form a strategic business venture to develop and market food products using GoodWheat technology. Arcadia’s GoodWheat portfolio of specialty wheat ingredients boasts an enhanced nutritional profile, with increased dietary fiber and less allergenic gluten and calories than traditional wheat.Continue Reading »
  3. Arcadia Biosciences signs direct-to-consumer partner to sell GoodWheat

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    North Dakota-based direct-to-consumer farm company Three Farm Daughters will be selling GoodWheat, the high-fiber and low-gluten wheat varieties developed by Davis-based Arcadia Biosciences Inc. GoodWheat is a specialty wheat variety developed and trademarked by Arcadia (Nasdaq: RKDA) that has 10 times the fiber of ordinary wheat and up to 65% less gluten.Continue Reading »
  4. Arcadia Biosciences to commercialize GoodWheat technology in China and Israel

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    Arcadia Biosciences is set to collaborate with Corner Foods, an affiliate of Corner Capital Group, to bring the former’s GoodWheat portfolio of specialty wheat ingredients to China and Israel. Importantly, the coronavirus pandemic has heightened health concerns – an opportunity that the collaboration aims to seize by helping end-consumers incorporate stable high-fiber, nutritious wheat ingredients…Continue Reading »
  5. Hawaii’s agricultural economy has high hopes for hemp after sugar cane, pineapple pull out

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    Proponents of building a stronger hemp industry in Hawaii are hoping the crop will restore the island state’s deep agricultural tradition after the departure of sugar and pineapple crops left tens of thousands of acres fallow. Since 1980, Hawaii’s total land use for agricultural production has fallen from more than 350,000 to 30,000 acres after…Continue Reading »
  6. Arcadia Biosciences’ CEO attempts his third turnaround

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    Arcadia Biosciences Inc. CEO Matt Plavan is choreographing a major pivot for the publicly traded seed company, transitioning from developing fringe products to developing products in growth sectors such as wheat and commercial hemp. It is a familiar situation for Plavan, as he’s helped lead pivots at local public companies twice before.  Continue Reading »
  7. Arcadia secures patent for herbicide tolerance in wheat

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    DAVIS, CALIFORNIA, US — Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. has been granted a foundational patent covering herbicide tolerance in wheat from the Australia Patent Office. Patent Number 2016288257 grants intellectual property protection for mutations to the wheat genome to make it herbicide tolerant. In addition, Arcadia said it has received a US Notice of Allowance 15/740,876 from…Continue Reading »
  8. Arcadia Biosciences to acquire industrial hemp breeding and seed company, Industrial Seed Innovations

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    Arcadia Biosciences Inc (NASDAQ:RKDA) said it has entered into a binding term sheet to acquire the commercial and genetic assets of Oregon-based industrial hemp breeding and seed company Industrial Seed Innovations (ISI). The firm, which focuses on enhancing the quality and nutritional value of crops and food ingredients, said ISI’s Rogue, Deschutes and Umpqua seed varieties…Continue Reading »