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GHANA - Israeli aquafeed mill inaugurated [+Video]

An Israeli aquafeed mill with an installed capacity of 24,000 metric tonnes was inaugurated at Prampram, near Tema in Ghana. At this stage, the $5 million production facility is running at between 1,000 and 1,400 tonnes of feed a month for local and export markets

July 17, 2013


An Israeli aquafeed mill with an installed capacity of 24,000 metric tonnes was inaugurated at Prampram, near Tema in Ghana. At this stage, the $5 million production facility is running at between 1,000 and 1,400 tonnes of feed a month for local and export markets.

Raanan Fish Feed West Africa is the first extruded aquafeed mill in West Africa for floating tilapia and catfish feeds. The company sources most of its ingredients locally and supplements them with  vitamins and premixes from Israel .

The company is also engaged in outreach to local farmers. It has established an Aqua Culture Training Centre in the Ashanti Region with the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture and has created an aquaculture research centre for students at the KNUST, Kumasi.

Raanan Fish Feed is a producer of organic and conventional feeds for a wide range of species. As well as Raanan Fish Feeds West Africa, the company has three other major production sites: two in Israel -  its main feedmill for extruded feeds in Miluot, and a second mill for starter feeds at Ramat Tzvi and an organic feedmill in Vietnam.

Raanan Fish Feeds West Africa opend their new fish feed mill at Pram Pram near Tema, Ghana in November 2011. This video was taken during a visit in March 2012 and is a production from the SARNISSA African Aquaculture Network

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