The fund invested in UK-based WellFish Tech which developed aquaculture-diagnostics using blood biomarkers and AI to determine the health status of fish.
New activities will prioritize work on climate-smart aquatic system innovations, nutrition and food systems and inclusive access to improved inputs, such as fish feed and seed.
Insect meal and stickwater were recently tested by Nofima researchers in salmon parr as part of Millennial Salmon project.
US project will test whether Spirulina microalgae grown using carbon dioxide captured from power plant emissions could be an effective aquafeed ingredient for trout.
ADM’s scientifically proven nutrition solutions ramp up production while supporting good health—lowering fish and shrimp farms’ operating costs in the long run.
Founded in 1963, the trade association is the united voice of the specialty feed ingredients business in Europe with currently 94 member companies.
The feed mill has a production capacity of 240,000 tons per year and is dedicated to producing pangasius feed.
The new feeds, whose formulation includes insect meal, address the challenges of Pacific salmon during the freshwater stage.
The partnership solidifies the commitment to establish a sustainable and dependable supply chain for soybeans, soybean meal and soy products for Bangkok Produce Merchandising PCL (BKP) and Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CP Foods).
Derek Kohn will lead BioMar Chile and further advance the company’s commitment to sustainable and innovative aquaculture.
SFP will initiate two new projects within its aquaculture programs, one to support more sustainable aquafeed and the other to improve farmed shrimp in Andhra Pradesh.
In a recent interview, the company highlighted a reduction of the carbon footprint through the value chain, sourcing sustainable and alternative feed ingredients and supporting farmers as some of the key highlights of its sustainability improvements.
French company BCF Life Sciences is one of the registrants of the challenge with a tailor-made solution with a unique mix of 17 free amino acids.
South Africa-based black soldier fly producer, Maltento, is one of the registrants of the challenge with a digest/palatant from black soldier fly larvae.
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.
Thomas Raynaud joined the company as product manager for fish diets to shape the product portfolio strategy of the company.
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.