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.
AFIA’s Gina Tumbarello and NARA president and key NARA staff has been appointed as new Agricultural Trade Advisors.
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.
Two new diets will be developed for European seabass and gilthead seabream based on four new hydrolysates produced in Portugal.
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.
The Climate Index, an annual overview of the climate impact of Norway's 100 largest companies, positioned Skretting among Norway's top nine performers.
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.
Increasing pulse and legume cropping in arable rotations to 20% across the UK, the project aims to bring about a reduction of 1.5Mt CO₂e per annum.
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.
A feasibility study found that the ingredient had a comparable nutritional profile with soy and fishmeal.
Aquasoja developed a functional finishing feed to enhance the natural skin colors of seabream and increase its value on the market.
Canadian researchers aim to expand the use of canola meal for livestock, poultry and fish.
Decamp will serve as the business development director for health products and will lead the R&D team.
The model is an open platform that brings together key stakeholders of the industry, from farmers to hatcheries and suppliers of equipment and services.