Cedric van den Bossche will oversee the development of the company's Asian markets.
Guangdong Yuehai Feed Group aims to enhance the company’s brand influence and expand the market share of its products.
Vinh Hoan will purchase a substantial volume of insect protein produced at Entobel’s Vung Tau factory in 2024 and a minimum of 15,000 metric tons over the next three years.
The CP Foods subsidiary has initiated a comprehensive program to enable farmers to cultivate corn for animal feed in accordance with Good Agricultural Practices standards.
Thai administration will ease the import of soybean meal and uphold a 2% import tax.
Calysta’s single-cell protein can now be sold and used in aquafeeds in China as the company’s joint venture with Adisseo, Calysseo, prepares to deliver the first product to customers.
Duong Anh Tu was appointed as managing director of BioMar-Viet Uc joint venture to lead the next phase of growth of the shrimp feed business in Vietnam.
The event, dedicated to the animal feed processing industry within Asia, will take place from March 12-14 at the BITEC Exhibition Center in Bangkok.
The agreement is a step toward driving a deforestation-free supply chain for soy products.
The corporation, together with Nutrition Technologies, found a more pleasant taste with a pronounced umami flavor in shrimp fed with insect meal.
A process that transforms coal into methanol that is fed to a special strain of Pichia pastoris yeast produces protein-rich SCPs.
The factory is more than nine times the size of its 27-year-old predecessor, and its 40,000-ton annual capacity represents a 100% increase over the plant it supersedes.
Japfa Comfeed Vietnam named Clemens Tan as general director.
The acquisition will complement ADM’s regional footprint and enhance premix production capabilities.
Saigon Nutrition, which is well established in the region, will manage the distribution of Amlan products for the Southern region of Vietnam.
Richard Liu was appointed as business and partner development manager for the Chinese market, in a strategic move to further solidify its presence in this market.
Noel Kim has been appointed managing director for Nutreco Asia and will oversee both the aquaculture business of Skretting and animal nutrition business of Trouw Nutrition.
The company has a line-of-sight for regional expansion including continued expansion in Vietnam and is preparing to build new facilities in markets such as Indonesia and Malaysia.
The agreement involves grain sourced by Bunge in Brazil and destined for several countries in Asia, where CPF produces and sells feed and food.
The move aims to boost production and reduce dependence on foreign supplies.