January 15, 2019
New fumigation requirements were imposed after beetles were detected in a shipment in 2018. US traders use phosphine to fumigate but Thai regulations require all DDG shipments to be fumigated with methyl bromide.
DDG is a cereal byproduct broadly used as livestock feed.
First algae farm to attain ASC-MSC certification
High ethoxyquin levels found in Tasmanian salmon
Commercial trial shows benefits of sustainable shrimp feed
Skretting Australia teams up with String Bio for fish feeding trials
The Center for Aquaculture Technologies expands services
US aquaculture research institute awarded $2.25 million for RAS research
Canadian company developing high protein pulse-based ingredient
Orffa CEO steps down
Phosphea names new CEO
Darling Ingredients announces executive management team changes