Key progress includes an updated sustainability leadership structure and an established baseline carbon footprint, among others.
The commitment extends to several row crops, including soy, corn, wheat, and cotton, and builds on its commitment to protect and revitalize land in critical ecosystems.
The company has a line-of-sight for regional expansion including continued expansion in Vietnam and is preparing to build new facilities in markets such as Indonesia and Malaysia.
With the new pilot plant located in Portugal, the next phase will be the commercial launch of its first product in early 2024.
The Center for Aquaculture Technologies will integrate Prelude’s state-of-the-art software solutions into its service offerings.
Founded in 2003, the company has been supplying natural ingredients for the food and feed industries while also being committed to sustainability.
With a focus on probiotics and enzymes tailored to aquaculture and water treatment, the plant will produce and distribute microbial biochemical solutions for the global aquaculture market.
This is the first-of-its-kind agreement on sustainability data for farmers, processors, food manufacturers and retail brand owners.
The facility is the third largest plant in Brazil in plants with only one production line and the first at the technological level.
The company is engaged in discussions with potential partners to scale its current proprietary portfolio and product pipeline for large-acre U.S. animal feed and pet food markets.
Eduardo Hurel will oversee the business and performance in these regions.
In a move to better serve its South American customer base, the company opened a new, state-of-the-art blending facility in Brazil.
Its Malaysian subsidiary is officially granted with TRACES approval, opening doors for the European markets.
The initial profile for commercialization is omega-3 (EPA) Camelina and commercial development of Camelina to produce both EPA and DHA for aquafeeds is also in the plan.
The partnership sees Full Circle provide HydroNeo with its insect-based shrimp feed and HydroNeo supplying it alongside its IoT system.
It will be the first at-scale facility of its kind to upcycle food manufacturing byproducts into insect proteins and lipids which will primarily be used in the animal feed industries.
The companies plan to develop and expand gut health solutions globally including probiotics.
The center is equipped with the latest technologies from Andritz and is available to customers in the food and feed industry as well as to research and development organizations.
The Korean food giant seeks to intensify its bio businesses and improve management efficiency via the sale.
With an impressive track record in the agricultural industry, Frits Bennik brings a wealth of experience and leadership to his new role at IVS.