Two new diets will be developed for European seabass and gilthead seabream based on four new hydrolysates produced in Portugal.
The Climate Index, an annual overview of the climate impact of Norway's 100 largest companies, positioned Skretting among Norway's top nine performers.
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority also reported a few unwanted substances in its annual report from its fish feed monitoring program.
Increasing pulse and legume cropping in arable rotations to 20% across the UK, the project aims to bring about a reduction of 1.5Mt CO₂e per annum.
Aquasoja developed a functional finishing feed to enhance the natural skin colors of seabream and increase its value on the market.
A feasibility study found that the ingredient had a comparable nutritional profile with soy and fishmeal.
The Aquaculture Advisory Council has released recommendations to the EU Commission to support and facilitate the adoption of circular feed practices.
A four-year project aims to develop a system for the early prediction of the presence of mycotoxins during the harvest.
Aquaterra is the first biotechnology product authorized for use by the NFSA in Norway under the food act.
The company will locate its second industrial site in Rethel, right next to its first plant.
Circularity is an important part of making food production more sustainable. For aquaculture, we can still do a lot more, especially on the feed side. Yet, EU legislation does not always allow to move forward. Aquaculture experts further discussed this issue at the recently held FEFAC congress in Sweden.
For European feed compounders, locally produced Processed Animal Proteins (PAPs) and rendered fat can replace soy meal and palm oil with a net reduction in carbon emissions
Aquafeed.com talked with Donau Soja to get some insights on the current European soy production and the 11th World Soybean Research Conference that is taking place in Vienna.
The public conference welcomed a large range of national, European and international speakers and was attended by over 200 participants.
FEFAC members aim to support the green transition of livestock and aquaculture farmers with circular feed solutions.
The growing use of animal fats to power cars and planes is putting pressure on their supply to the use on animal feed.
Thanks to Alltech Coppens’ global distribution, the company will be able to begin exporting feed to Sweden, Poland, the Baltic countries, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
The federation released a publication to highlight the contribution of animal feeding strategies to more sustainable and circular livestock and aquaculture production.
The project is advancing the valorization of tuna side stream material and addressing logistic and technical challenges to transform these materials into valuable products for aquafeeds.
A European collaborative project that gathers 17 partners covering the entire food and feed value chains, such as BioMar, will pave the way to Arbiom’s industrial deployment.