The USDA’s Crop Production report reduced the forecast production of soybean and sunflower seed due to dry and hot conditions in August.
USDA forecasts that 2019/20 soybean exports from Brazil may swell to 93.5 million metric tons and a reduction in global sunflower seed production.
The Soy Aquaculture Alliance commissioned a report that concluded that the growth of the U.S. catfish industry, among other species, can have a major impact on increasing overall demand for U.S. soybeans.
MarinTrust reports that more than 50% of all marine ingredients produced worldwide are now certified under the MarinTrust program and the organization wants to raise the bar and achieve 75% certification, under evaluation or program improvement by 2025.
Omega Protein supports the decision and looks forward to working with the commission and its staff on further developing the ERP model and identifying future harvest levels for the fishery.
IFFO reports that the higher-than-average landings in Peru in June 2020 were the main drivers of such improvement, although the Northern European countries and India also showed a historically higher availability of raw material for June.
The program is expected to reduce the use of soybean meal in animal feed, which will promote the development of China's seed industry and animal husbandry industry.
“Global marine ingredients supply should be just short of 5 million MT of fishmeal and around 1 million MT of fish oil,” Enrico Bachis predicted in a member’s meeting webinar.
The fishing season in the North-Central zone begins on May 13.
Despite adverse weather conditions, record soybean yields are anticipated for several Brazilian states but disruptions in the South American supply chain are expected due to transportation problems.
European Fishmeal and Fish Oil Producers, former EUfishmeal, changed its name to EFFOP or, in short, European Fishmeal.
The association said that, as a direct result of the lack of agreement on long-term management strategies and quota shares, several of the North East Atlantic stocks are now in immediate risk of losing their MSC and IFFO RS certifications.
This report draw together the latest available data on World, European and UK markets.
The two organizations are developing a comparative study of new technologies related to the stability of the lipid component in fishmeal through the use of oxygen bomb methodology-based equipment.
A record harvest is expected in Brazil while the U.S. soybean production is anticipated to fall almost 20% from the previous season.
The anchovy fishing season ends with only 36% of the quota caught. The premature closure is due to the high presence of juveniles in the area.
FEFAC members used a range of 9-10 million tons of responsible soy meeting the criteria of the FEFAC Soy Sourcing Guidelines.
The Peruvian National Fisheries Society (SNP) is working to achieve the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification for the anchovy’s fisheries by 2021.
A coalition of investment institutions and global corporations exposed to the Brazilian soy sector published an open letter aimed at the Brazilian government for the protection of the Amazon Soy Moratorium.