Global fishmeal supply is expected to improve, given weakening El Niño conditions, and prices should normalize, according to a Rabobank report.
Marine and brackish water aquaculture production has nearly doubled over the last decade, increasing by 91.3%, with revenues also up by 74.5%.
According to Rabobank’s global animal protein outlook, poultry and aquaculture production are set for modest growth, but beef, pork, and wild-catch seafood are likely to contract.
The report, funded by The Global Shrimp Forum Foundation, studied the most effective ways that shrimp consumption can be better promoted.
According to Donau Soja Market Report, one-third more soy was harvested in the EU in the same cultivation area.
Market prices topped the list, as uncertainties remain about the effects of persistent inflation and the recovery of seafood demand.
Funding of EUR 1 billion was made available over a period of seven years but the overall EU production has flatlined, according to a report.
Thirty-five percent of the soybeans sourced and processed by European vegetable oil and protein meal companies members of FEDIOL were verified or certified responsible.
Farming companies have reduced antibiotic medicine use by more than half in the space of a year.
Agri-food leaders around the world believe the industry can work together to create a better, more sustainable food system, the survey concluded.
The initiative involves nine of the world’s largest seafood companies representing over 19% of the world’s seafood production.
EUMOFA has released a new report to provide an overview of the fishmeal and fish oil sectors derived from forage fisheries in the European Union.
Global antimicrobial use in animals has declined by 13% in three years.
In the last eleven years, European farmers produced more than four million tonnes of sustainable soy, according to Donau Soja/Europe Soya standards.
The report points to 40% of soybean meal equivalent of total European soy consumption to be sourced according to the FEFAC Soy Sourcing Guidelines and 24% certified deforestation-free soy.
The publication is a special edition dedicated to facilitating the implementation of the ambitions of the FEFAC Feed Sustainability Charter.
The American Feed Industry Association released its annual report, detailing the operational challenges facing today’s animal feed manufacturers.
According to a survey that will be presented at Aquaculture Europe in September, 69.3% of people admitted to being willing to pay more for fish enriched with this nutrient.
Results showed that the fusarium mycotoxins fumonisins, deoxynivalenol and zearalenone are most frequently found.
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority also reported a few unwanted substances in its annual report from its fish feed monitoring program.