The report not only identifies the actions the company is taking to reduce the carbon footprint but also defines the main challenges for each stage of the life-cycle of its products.
OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2022-2031 forecasts a slower growth of aquaculture production, a reduction in fishmeal and fish oil prices and an increase in cereal and soybean production in the next decade.
The research shows that most consumers believe the seafood industry has the potential to be sustainable and responsible, but this potential is not yet fully realized.
With softening demand, price corrections, and persistently high production costs, salmon and shrimp farmer profits are likely to decline from recent highs, and farmers may face a challenging 2H.
In its annual fish feed monitoring report, Norwegian researchers found concentrations above what is usually found for some undesirable substances without established limit values.
The growth of aquaculture, particularly in Asia, lifted total production of fisheries and aquaculture to an all-time high of 214 million tonnes in 2020.
World Organisation for Animal Health report shows promising trends in the race to fight antimicrobial resistance and preserve the efficacy of these critical medicines.
The company continues to work on sustainability on many fronts, from reducing its own emissions and helping clients reduce theirs to increasing transparency and providing more efficient feeds.
Growth in the aquaculture sector has picked up relative to last year, at 2.9% (92.2 million tonnes), but continued caution over stocking and input costs keep the rate below the long-term trend.
The new publication showcases the EU feed industry's practical interpretation and illustration of the circular feed concept, providing current-day examples.
The total organic aquaculture production at the EU 27 level is estimated at 74,032 tonnes in 2020, accounting for 6.4% of the total EU aquaculture production.
GSI members continued to improve the eco-efficiency of feed ingredients, including assessing the role and adoption of novel ingredients and using certified marine raw ingredients and sustainable byproducts.
The raw material used in March 2022 by the countries considered in this report was 6% lower when compared to the same month in 2021.
The global seafood trade rebounded strongly in 2021, driven by growing demand for high-value seafood in the US, EU, and China, according to Rabobank.
Alltech conducted a survey across the Asia Pacific region to get an indicator of the mycotoxin risk in aquaculture that is now summarized in a report.
Economically important parameters have been significantly improved through initiatives such as breeding programs and better knowledge among the fish farmers about raising fish.
The report sets benchmarks and standards to measure key commitments.
A study by GFCM analyzes aquaculture production and trade in the six countries bordering the Black Sea.
New feed ingredients, such as insect meal, single-cell protein, fermented products and microalgae, accounted for 0.4% of the total volume of Norwegian salmon feed in 2020, according to a new Nofima report.
During the first two months of 2022, the total cumulative production of fishmeal was down year-on-year by 11%, while the production of fish oil was higher by 12%, IFFO reported.