A new edition of EUMOFA’s The EU Fish Market 2021 Edition reports that total EU aquaculture production increased by 130,554 tons, an 11% increase from 2010 to 2019.
FAO’s new Food Outlook report examines drivers of rising prices of food commodities, freight and agricultural inputs.
EUMOFA released a new case study assessing the supply chain of the rainbow trout in the EU.
The total cumulative productions of the countries considered in the IFFO report during the first eight months of 2021 were higher year on year, with fishmeal up by 6.5% and fish oil up by 12%.
Eighty seven percent of the soybeans processed in the EU in 2020 were sourced from regions with a low risk of deforestation, according to FEDIOL’s latest report.
In the past two years, the federation has grown stronger and participated in a number of important activities while strengthening its relationship with key stakeholders, according to its annual report.
In its 2020 sustainability report, the company shared sustainability progress from across the company’s aqua nutrition business, including salmon, shrimp and other species.
The annual update provides details on several IFEEDER projects and its support to two funds.
The encyclopedia features pictures in Australia, Brazil, Europe, Japan and the United States to develop the largest-ever photographic collection of feed plants architecture.
Offshore aquaculture will likely disrupt the seafood industry and ultimately become one of its key technologies, according to a Rabobank report.
GLOBEFISH Market Profile provides a snapshot of key data relevant to production and trade in fisheries and aquaculture products.
Improvements to aquaculture production, lower prices, and changing cultural preferences expected to drive up demand for fish, seafood and seaweed, according to new research.
The latest IFFO market intelligence report for January-August 2021 found reduced raw material tonnage but higher cumulative fishmeal and fish oil production compared to 2020.
EUMOFA released a study that covers fishmeal and fish oil use within a global context, market use, EU landings, EU production, and annual import/export trends.
The report addresses why and how farmed tilapia can and should play an important role in solving sub-Saharan Africa’s challenge to produce sufficient food for its growing population.
Weather-related challenges in Europe will most likely affect this year’s crop quantity and quality, reported EW Nutrition.
A new FAO report provides an overview of the algae sector with a focus on its contribution and potential in global aquaculture development.
The book details the latest scientific knowledge about zearalenone, a mycotoxin that is commonly found in feed materials and associated with reproductive challenges in animals.
FAO’s forecast for global cereal production in 2021 has been lowered marginally in July compared to the previous month but is still 1.7% higher than in 2020 and would mark a new record high.
A report states using insect meal to feed fish and livestock could cut the UK’s future soy footprint by a fifth, protecting critical landscapes like the Brazilian Cerrado.