Swedish feed additive company, Perstorp, has expanded its animal nutrition business by appointing Antony Wildon as a regional sales manager UK, Ireland and Scandinavia.
The 4-year project, NextGenProteins, will optimize and validate the production of three alternative proteins – microalgae, insects and single cell proteins - to demonstrate their suitability in an industrially relevant environment as addition to, or substitute of, traditional protein sources.
Salmon Group removes Brazilian soy from their fish feed with immediate effect. Along with adjustments made earlier, the footprint of their feed is now reduced by 50 percent compared to the standard fish feed in the industry.
BioMar and French rainbow trout producer Aquadis Naturellement partner to bring a natural and sustainable seafood choice to consumers. The French company’s rainbow trout will be fed with BioMar’s SalveaTM, a new feed concept based on two pillars - closer to nature and with a sustainable profile.
KnipBio’s patent titled Methylotrophs for Aquaculture and Animal Feed has been approved for grant by the European Patent Office.
Cooke Inc. acquired the Skretting's fish feed mill in Invergordon, Scotland, establishing the Northeast Nutrition Scotland Limited. The acquisition follows the Skretting’s announcement in November 2018 to cease manufacturing activities in the UK.
Scottish Sea Farms is leading a second applied research project on increasing understanding of gill health in farmed salmon with BioMar, the University of Aberdeen and the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC).
In partnership with BioMar, the Salmon Group has tailor-made a new feed that is lower in environmental toxins and will reduce the carbon footprint by 20%.
Fuelgarden Energy has commissioned the LNG installation of the feed factory at Kyleakin, Scotland.
World Feeds, a UK manufacturer of animal feeds, has entered the aquaculture marketplace with new diets for lumpfish and wrasse.
The Danish company Enorm Biofactory has invested DKK30 million in the Denmark\'s first industrial insect farm.
The companies successfully tested a diet in rainbow trout in which 100% of fishmeal was replaced by insect meal.
With a 25 percent extra production capacity, the company expects to increase flexibility, quality and performance of fish feeds. Construction of the additional production line is expected to be ready in Q4, 2019.
Aller Aqua, with Italian Palma d’Oro (Gloria Maris group) and Sardegna Porto Conte Ricerche, has recently concluded a study to test the effect of Aller Aqua Blue Organic Ex feed on sea bream pigmentation. The diet improved skin coloration making seabream more marketable.
The product’s unique selenium molecule offers research-proven superior nutrient absorption to optimize animal performance.