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FOCUS ON AQUALYSO: interviewing the team behind the Service Platform on Aquaculture Nutrition

Through a set of interviews, Adisseo explains the uniqueness of Aqualyso, a digestive and metabolic enhancer based on lysophospholipids that has been specifically developed for aquaculture applications.

The team interviewed is supporting the Service Platform on Aquaculture Nutrition, including Dr. Waldo Nuez, Global R&D manager aquaculture, Marleen Dehasque, Global Product Manager Aquaculture Nutrition, and Martin Guerin, Regional Technical Manager Aquaculture APAC/ISC.

At Adisseo, we understand that aquaculture is a young and dynamic industry. The success of our customers depends on their ability to respond quickly to their daily challenges. That is why we

work alongside our customers to optimize the application of our products. Our species-specific services are organized through a global service platform where field-experienced professionals

from around the globe share their experiences to provide practical solutions to both aquafeed producers as well as fish and shrimp integrators. For more information on the Service Platform on Aquaculture Nutrition.

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