dsm-firmenich has registered to the challenge with a palatable protein ingredient produced using the company’s biotechnology platform.
Malaysia-based company, Palmatech Product, has registered to the challenge with a palm oil concentrate.
India-based company, Shaivaa Algaetech, has registered with a product that combines two essential omega-3 fatty acids – EPA and DHA – and astaxanthin.
Chilean-based company, CCYYAA Chile, has registered to the F3 Krill Replacement Challenge with an EPA-rich microalgae.
Nutrition Technologies has registered to the challenge with a composite of two derivative materials from black soldier fly larvae meal.
Singapore-based insect producer, Protenga, is one of the registrants of the challenge with a sustainable palatability solution based on black soldier fly larvae as the primary raw material source.
The company recently launched an innovative shrimp hatchery feed and has several innovations in the pipeline that will radically change the way shrimp hatchery production is approached.
Symrise Aqua Feed has registered to the F3 Krill Replacement Challenge with a palatability enhancer resulting from applying its process technology to land-based byproducts.
Stratium produces a nutrient-rich protein meal derived from black soldier fly larvae at its facility in Buffalo, New York, and is one of the registrants of the challenge.
Malaysia-based company, JF Nutritech, aims to replace krill meal with a patented 100% natural specialty lipid formula.
Singapore-based insect producer, Entobel, is one of the registrants of the F3 Challenge aiming to replace krill meal with insect meal.
One of the registrants of the current challenge is Finland-based eniferBio which developed a mycoprotein for animal feeds.
“Without sustainable aquafeeds, there is no sustainable aquaculture seafood,” Blake Stok, director of sustainability, Thai Union North America, told Aquafeed.com in a recent interview discussing the company's new sustainability plan.
Circularity is an important part of making food production more sustainable. For aquaculture, we can still do a lot more, especially on the feed side. Yet, EU legislation does not always allow to move forward. Aquaculture experts further discussed this issue at the recently held FEFAC congress in Sweden.
Aquafeed.com talked with Donau Soja to get some insights on the current European soy production and the 11th World Soybean Research Conference that is taking place in Vienna.
Aquafeed.com talked with BiomEdit that aims to bring livestock and aquaculture farmers innovative and novel feed additives developed through microbiome technology.
The Hungarian insect meal producer Agroloop is ready to become one of the key players in Europe. Its new production plant leads to the projected volumes while the strategic agreement with feed producer UBM elevates technical and nutritional expertise around insect meal application.
With six feed mills in the area and covering all aqua species, Asia is a strong focus area for ADM, which is launching a new functional fish feed focused on seasonal variations.
Aquafeed.com talked with Innovafeed after the opening of the extension of its production site in France that brings upgrades in terms of technology and industrial model.
With their richness and diversity in secondary metabolites, Phytosynthese developed botanicals to support the Latin American aquaculture industry through efficient and scientifically demonstrated products.