The roadmap is an important guide for transformative action in aquaculture value chains and the sector overall.
The review provides insights that can help feed mills and livestock producers plan for existing and emerging mycotoxin threats.
In 2022, 75% of the more than 300,000 mycotoxin analyses conducted were positive and above detection limits.
The value of these shipments totaled USD 6,606 million, an increase of 27.3%, compared to 2021.
The top 5 aquaculture feed countries in 2022 were China, Vietnam, India, Norway and Indonesia.
Fishmeal production was down mainly due to the late start of the 2022 second fishing season in Peru.
After a positive 2022, demand eases in Europe and the US, while China is still a major unknown.
The prevalence of mycotoxins remained fairly stable in 2022 from a global perspective but there was variation between regions.
The widespread adoption of a low-soy meal inclusion ratio in feed formulas in the country is expected to slow down and eventually decline through 2030 soybean imports.
The value from aquaculture accounted for 73% of total seafood exports measured in value, while in export volume made up 45%.
Aquafeed prices are fish farmers’ primary concern heading into 2023, with low expectations for prices to decline in 2023, according to the latest RaboReseach report.
Drought conditions contributed to high levels of mycotoxins in grains leading to 100% of the collected samples containing mycotoxins.
A new seafood database identifies the companies most exposed to overfishing, illegal fishing and other sustainability risks across the USD 1.8 trillion seafood supply chain.
EU aquaculture production reached 1.09 million tonnes and a value of EUR 3.67 billion in 2020.
Government incentives for oilseed production, particularly soybeans, high prices for major oilseeds, and growing conditions in major soybean-producing regions drove increases in area and yield.
A new report addresses the gap between the ambitions stated by the Norwegian government and the status of future feed ingredients towards 2030.
The spread of animal diseases and the economic impact of the war in Ukraine are the main factors reducing demand.
The document gathers EU policy, impacts, solutions, and recommendations to confront the climate change challenge.
Researchers reviewed scientific literature and national action plans to assess the implementation of AMR-aquaculture programs.
According to Rabobank’s last report, the value of the global seafood trade reached new heights in 2021 and will endure through 2022 since the world continues to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.