Québec-based insect producer, Entosystem, will build a new plant in Drummondville thanks to more than $60 million in public and private investments.
Jord Producers has been incorporated into Ÿnsect’s production portfolio, signifying the global leader’s entry into North American mealworm production.
The company will invest $59.1 million to expand its operation in the city of Chesapeake, Virginia.
The investments aim for a reliable and cost-optimized supply to North and South American markets as it reduces the carbon footprint of transportation.
The largest global land-based aquaculture company partnered with Skretting to include Veramaris ASC-MSC certified algal oil in its feed from Q4 2021.
The soybean processing facility will have the capacity to process over 50 million bushels of soybeans per year and will be built in Nebraska.
This laboratory extends ADM’s international research and development capabilities to a new region, building on existing aquaculture research facilities located in Brazil, Mexico and Vietnam.
Illinois Sustainable Technology Center project will combine carbon dioxide from a coal-fired power plant with nutrients from wastewater treatment plants to cultivate algae for animal feeds.
The facility allows more space for employee offices and product containment all in one location.
Skretting plans to build a specialized state-of-the-art feed plant for land-based salmon in Florida to serve Atlantic Sapphire’s US operations and cut its logistic costs.
The project will investigate using hemp as an aquaculture feed ingredient to address food safety concerns about consuming seafood raised with hemp feed additives.
AquaCon raised a total of $7.5 million to build a RAS salmon facility in Maryland, on the U.S. East Coast, that included participation from Israel Corporation and AKVA Group.
This partnership builds on recent efforts between the two groups that validated the effectiveness of Cargill’s new diet for Atlantic salmon grown in land-based RAS.
A $2.2 million National Science Foundation grant will establish the center, where scientists will research the farming of insects as a potential source for feeds and food.
Since 2004, the SF/SF program has promoted safety guidelines that help ensure a safe and wholesome feed supply for the growth and well-being of animals.
The 12,000 square-foot facility is optimized with leading-edge equipment, including smart sensors, digital automation tools, a standalone extrusion line and more.
The project will develop and commercialize two breakthrough technologies to produce an environmentally sustainable and low-cost protein while reducing oil and gas emissions.
The company plans to build a new facility with an annual crush capacity of 2.5 million metric tons, which would make it the world’s largest integrated canola crush facility.
The company will conduct highly technical research on black soldier flies and their larvae expanding the knowledge base for alternative uses in animal health and animal nutrition.
The agreement with Natural Biologics will allow the warehousing, logistics and delivery of Nor-Feed products directly within the U.S. for their customers.