Québec-based Entosystem inaugurated its 100,000-square-foot site, which now has the largest production capacity in North America, according to the company.
The $100,000 awarded to Satavie by the Soy Innovation Challenge will be used to scale the company, verify the product in-market and start to build a customer base in the US. The company is also looking for strategic partners to test the product in aquafeeds.
The Center for Aquaculture Technologies Canada received OECD Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) recognition and EU Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification.
Prioritized research includes the development of domestic broodstock, sustainable alternative feeds, innovations in waste processing, and more energy-efficient systems, among others.
Sunnydale Foods developed a faba bean protein concentrate at 65% and is working on increasing protein levels up to 80%.
With the expanded geographical reach, BASF and Cargill aim to bring the voice and commercial insights of US protein producers to craft the next generation of enzymes jointly.
The project investigates novel methods for protein separation to create a protein concentrate (greater than 60% protein) from canola meal.
The insect company has signed two major agreements to set up production sites in the United States and Mexico.
The company has renewed its registration with the CFIA following the removal of ethoxyquin as a feed additive to its krill meal product.
The American Feed Industry Association requested the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine to review the regulatory policy that is decelerating novel feed ingredients from making it to market.
Corbion has joined a collaborative effort that promotes long-term soil health through a Cargill program that works with corn growers to implement sustainable farming practices.
Scoular will market fishmeal and fish oil processed from Da Yang Seafood and Bornstein Seafoods trimmings at the new plant.
The House aquaculture caucus was established as a resource and forum to educate members of congress about the economic opportunities of the U.S. aquaculture industry.
Despite the improved performance, the winner Star Milling Co. said that utilizing terrestrial animal proteins and fats could reduce feed costs to be more competitive with conventional trout diets.
Railroads and rail worker unions reached a tentative labor agreement on September 15, preventing the potential for a strike that would affect grain exports and feed deliveries.
A complete stoppage of the rail system would lead to shutdowns or slowdowns of rail-dependent facilities with consequences for exports and feed deliveries.
The University of Saskatchewan has partnered with industry groups to establish a “globally unique” facility to develop and test novel plant- and insect-derived proteins for aquaculture.
Researchers at Southern Illinois University Carbondale are developing a new larval feed that uses the invasive species copi, previously known as Asian carp, as a protein source.
Since its launch, over 50% of all chartered vessels out of the United States have been executed on its platform.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a fiscal 2023 package to dedicate $8 million to the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine to help with expediting reviews for new feed ingredients.