Ahead of the Asian Insect Industry & Research Forum that will take place in July, Aquafeed.com talked with Nick Piggott, president of AFFIA, to have a look at the Asian insect industry.
CPM plans to expand its capabilities in Asia and introduce the IDAH brand into Latin America where CPM has a growing and influential presence.
Aquafeed.com talked with Provectus Algae which aims to produce microalgae-based products for a wide range of industries and applications, including animal feeds.
MicroHarvest uses a proprietary technology that leverages biomass fermentation to produce protein ingredients with over 60% raw protein.
Sunnydale Foods developed a faba bean protein concentrate at 65% and is working on increasing protein levels up to 80%.
Aquafeed.com talked with POLARISqb, a company that is developing a feed additive that makes soybean meal digestible and nutritious for animal feed without relying on costly extraction methods.
French aquafeed consulting company, Halieutica, recently opened its new aquafeed testing facility in Angers, France.
With a production capacity of 35,000 metric tons per year, the company aims to serve the North, Central, East and regions of Western India.
Gas2Feed aims to capture and convert CO2 from biogenic sources into nutritional proteins for use in aquafeeds through a fermentation process.
Accurate data on the environmental impact of different marine ingredients has limited availability and is complex to calculate. Yet, this information is crucial to make strategic decisions regarding its use in aquafeed. Richard Newton and his team delved into this topic and created an extensive inventory.
Thai insect producer Flylab produces BSF insect meal with a 60-65% minimum of protein and plans to close the series A round in April.
How production costs and final insect meal prices can be reduced to allow a more rapid scale-up and wide use, especially in aquafeeds?
In the third part of the series, we discuss how the feed companies face the new year and the turbulent times.
Ingredients suppliers uncover some of the trends and challenges that will shape the aquafeed industry next year.
As one of the key part of the aquafeed mill, many of the solutions on how to weather 2023 relies on technology suppliers.
The formulation of fish diets can become more precise with the introduction of net energy values. Aquafeed.com talked to Johan Schrama from Wageningen University and Research in the Netherlands, who actively partnered with the industry to accelerate the understanding and application of this energy evaluation system for fish.
Cesar Molina, general manager of Aquaculture Innovation Guayas Research Station, said in a recent interview what the company’s plans are at this center.
The company highlights that the establishment of the shrimp feed facility in Honduras five years ago leaves a positive balance in the region since it has stimulated competitiveness in various ways.
Swiss-based aQuaTox-Solutions has been developing cell-based tests to replace animal experiments with great potential for fish feed trials.
Despite the improved performance, the winner Star Milling Co. said that utilizing terrestrial animal proteins and fats could reduce feed costs to be more competitive with conventional trout diets.