Fatide Biotech Co., Ltd. developed a cost-effective feed that improves the feed manufacturing process and has no impact on the final fillet quality.
Shrimp category winner Empagran found no major differences in its vegetarian diets compared to commercial diets and pointed to price as the real challenge.
String Bio has built a deep technology platform for producing a protein ingredient from greenhouse gases that is scalable and competitive in terms of quality and price, the company told us in a recent interview.
BioFeyn is applying technology developed for human biomedicine that encapsulates aquafeed additives in a biodegradable shell that is easily absorbed by fish.
Aller Aqua’s quest is to make fish feed formulations more sustainable and this includes the search for high protein alternative feed ingredients. Protein from grass could be the next thing. Henrik T. Halken explains how this fits in the company’s sustainability journey.
“The great thing about our process, particularly compared to other novel protein sources, is that we do not foresee being limited by any of our input,” the company said in a recent interview.
The startup is developing technologies enabling scalable and sustainable farming of marine zooplankton, on land, using agricultural byproducts, to produce marine ingredients for aquafeeds.
“The intention is to leverage the strong innovation platform of Wenger within aquafeed and continue to offer best-in-class solutions to the market,” Marel told us in a recent interview.
In a recent interview, Organicin Scientific shared with us how the startup is developing bacteriocins to prevent disease and gut dysbiosis and reduce the need for antibiotics in aquaculture.
We have to stop searching for single magic bullet ingredients to replace fishmeal, but rather apply flexible formulation, utilizing all the raw materials we have available. Combined with precision nutrition and life cycle assessment tools, we can also do this in a more sustainable way.