Indonesian jellyfish as potential for raw materials of food and drug

  title={Indonesian jellyfish as potential for raw materials of food and drug},
  author={Suleiman Yusuf and I M Fahmid and Nurlaila Abdullah and Zulhaeriah},
  journal={IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science},
Jellyfish used to be considered as a pest of fish and a nuisance to fishing operations. Yet, forty years ago this jellyfish was found to be materials of food, medicine and cosmetics and the utilization of jellyfish is now familiar in Indonesia after being imported by China and Japan industry. This study aims to determine the potential development of jellyfish commodities as food and drugs from Indonesia with the target to improve the welfare of fishermen. This research used methods of rapid… 
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