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.
The research showed that if more U.S. food companies are to require feed for their livestock and poultry be free from GM ingredients, they can lead to increased GHG emissions, price of food and more.
EUMOFA released a new price structure analysis that analyzes the production and market trends of meagre, focusing on price structure along the supply chain in Greece, Italy and Spain.
The report details the modern practices and advanced technologies deployed by farmers in recent years to conserve land, water, energy and other natural resources.
Residues of veterinary medicines and other substances found in animals and animal-derived food continue to fall in the European Union, with only 0.21% non-compliant aquaculture samples.
The Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP) released its European Aquaculture Production Report 2014-2020 with fish production data since 2017.
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says that urgent action is required to deal with increasing risks.
DSM unveiled its 2021 mycotoxin survey results in a series of webinars and considers the global risk as severe.
A recently published FAO report suggests a range of actions required to ensure that the fish-based feed industry contributes to equitable social and economic development and environmental sustainability in the region.
FAO’s latest forecast for world cereal production in 2021 has been lifted by 2.1 million tonnes in February and now stands at 2,793 million tonnes, 0.8% higher year-on-year.
Fishmeal production increased 3.6% and fish oil dropped by almost 6%, according to the latest IFFO report.
Seafood demand recovery will be expected to continue in the first half of 2022, supporting prices, provided Omicron does not send the world into prolonged lockdowns.
Over the last decade, EU production of gilthead seabream slightly increased by 5%, principally due to the expansion of aquaculture.
Donau Soja and Europe Soya certified farms reported 715,000 tons of certified soya from 11 European countries after the 2021 harvest.
The eleventh edition of Alltech’s annual feed production survey estimated that international feed tonnage has increased by 2.3%, to 1.235 billion metric tons of feed produced in 2021.
The survey, which includes key global trends, ingredient contamination rates and regional mycotoxin prevalence data, found increasing mycotoxin prevalence in the past four years.
Global soybean production for 2021/22 has been reduced by 9.2 million tons to 372.56 million metric tons in response to lower yields in South American crops, according to USDA Oil crop outlook report.
IFFO reports that the total cumulative productions of both fishmeal and fish oil of the countries considered in its report were 6% higher during the first 11 months of 2021.
The report found that the overall performance has plateaued or slipped and significant environmental and social challenges persist in key production regions.