The report highlights that the company reduced marine ingredients in salmon feeds, its environmental footprint and medicines use in salmon during 2018.
June 20, 2019
The report highlights the company's $10 million investments in research and development to supply the nutrition fish need, including responsibly sourced feed ingredients. Cargill sourced 43% of its marine ingredients from MSC-certified fisheries and will continue the collaboration with WWF in pursuit of the company’s 2025 goal to source all marine ingredients from MSC-certified fisheries.
The report also focuses on the reduction of environmental footprint and the development of fish health feeds to promote fish health without medicines.
Read full report here.
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