Europeans eat jellyfish as Mediterranean population spikes
Scientists are working with Michelin-star chefs to put jellyfish pasta, salads, and soups on menus. The European Union through the Blue Growth Strategy is now funding research to find the benefits of jellyfish to humans. The continent is also working on modalities to start exporting the fish. For decades, jellyfish have been consumed widely in Southeast Asia but are rarely used in Europe. The Union hopes to get more fish eaters to take up jellyfish. The union hopes to lure more jellyfish and to be used. The EU hopes to encourage more people to take on jellyfish in Europe and to sell the fish to the UK and to other countries.