China’s fishmeal production remains low, driving increased imports.
Central America, South Asia, China and Taiwan are at extreme risk while the risk in North and South America is severe, according to Biomin’s review of the occurrence of major mycotoxins in the first half of 2021.
The second edition of Benchmark Insights brings together scientists, academics, producers and investors to talk about how views on animal welfare have evolved in aquaculture and our society, and the impact this is having in the industry.
Total cumulative productions of the countries considered in IFFO’s market report from January to May 2021 were higher year on year: fishmeal up by 48% and fish oil up by 51%.
The company made positive strides, advancing with land use and sourcing profile mapping, reaching 88% traceability to farm for direct soybean purchases in Brazil, according to its 2020 Sustainability Report.
Aquaculture production is expected to overtake capture fisheries production in 2027 and to account for 52% of all fish production by 2030, according to the report.
The Institute of Marine Research found that none of the samples contained undesirable substances above the upper limit, as in previous years.
“More action is needed from the different supply chain actors to increase the uptake of responsible soy in the European market,” the report stated.
Bremnes Seashore and Nordlaks eliminated all links to deforestation throughout their entire soy supply chain, according to a new market mapping conducted by Rainforest Foundation Norway.
New specific chapters, appendices and addenda were added to this guidance that is intended to assist processors of fish and fishery products in the development of their HACCP plans.
The report features highlights from the past year as well as intermediate results on the FEFAC commitments taken in the FEFAC Feed Sustainability Charter publication from September 2020.
FAO’s new Food Outlook report tracks the risks associated with rising import bills amid a broad upswing in prices.
For soy sourcing in South America, the report showcases its performance on the ground, with 100% traceability to all direct-source farms in the high-priority areas of South America.
Industrial compound feed production in the EU remained stable in 2020 despite the combined effect of the spread of animal diseases and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company prioritized the SDGs of Life Below Water, Climate Action and Quality Education, and the report highlights how the company is improving sustainable developments in the aquaculture industry.
Concrete targets underpin Skretting's sustainability strategy and aim to accelerate the sustainable growth of aquaculture.
In the upcoming five years, the OIE will bring together different actors from the international community to coordinate joint actions in response to the challenges met by the aquatic sector.
Covering the first half of 2020, the report provides an overview of short-term changes in trade patterns and policy measures related to agricultural trade that countries adopted in response to the pandemic.
The latest Global Salmon Initiative’s sustainability report showed high rates of ASC certification, reduces reliance on marine ingredients in feeds and support for healthier diets and more resilient global good systems.
The total cumulative productions of the countries considered in IFFO’s market report through the first quarter of 2021 were higher year on year.