Elevia is produced in Skretting’s state-of-the-art LifeStart facility in France, and is currently available in Ecuador, with other markets to follow.
Aquafeed.com talked with BiomEdit that aims to bring livestock and aquaculture farmers innovative and novel feed additives developed through microbiome technology.
The project is advancing the valorization of tuna side stream material and addressing logistic and technical challenges to transform these materials into valuable products for aquafeeds.
The Scottish farm is the first salmon producer to use the Blue Impact feed, launched by BioMar last year.
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.
The company has made significant strides in quantifying greenhouse gas emissions, promoting circular economy principles, and improving traceability throughout its supply chain.
Researchers reported a method to mitigate AHPND by binding Vibrio parahaemolyticus bacterial toxins with adsorbent clay minerals in shrimp feed.
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.
The range of products is designed to provide rapid feed availability and high feed performance, addressing key concerns of shrimp producers.
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.
The award is AFIA’s highest honor and is typically given to the elite members of the U.S. animal food industry who have provided support to the AFIA and the entire animal food industry throughout their careers.
A new research project will use bacteriophages to control bacterial diseases in aquaculture.
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.
Both countries will eliminate tariffs on 90% of their products including agricultural and agro-industrial products.
The funded projects have delivered new products and processes, enhanced fish health and wellbeing and supported the development of new companies across Scotland and beyond.
The company is inviting the global agriculture and agri-food industry to participate in the company’s inaugural Sustainability Insights Survey.
CPM plans to expand its capabilities in Asia and introduce the IDAH brand into Latin America where CPM has a growing and influential presence.
The company also reported strong performance of joint ventures in China and Turkey.
The concept optimizes feeding protocols and production management, further increasing Mediterranean aquaculture’s competitiveness.