Recent developments in Ghana indicate that the production of commercial fish feed based on alternative ingredients will begin shortly.
The project is expected to produce around 300,000 tons annually of aquafeeds for shrimp and fish farmed in cages.
Aquarech streamlines the production behind fish farming with a mobile app platform that allows manufacturers, farmers, and buyers to trade, buy, and sell quality fish feed.
Noel Kim has been appointed managing director for Nutreco Asia and will oversee both the aquaculture business of Skretting and animal nutrition business of Trouw Nutrition.
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.
The agreement involves grain sourced by Bunge in Brazil and destined for several countries in Asia, where CPF produces and sells feed and food.
The production of soybeans increased from 31,000 tonnes in 2022 to 50,000 tonnes in 2023, with increased opportunities for exports to the EU.
The industrial compound feed production within the EU27 is expected to undergo a further reduction in 2023, with an estimated decline of nearly 2.4 million tons.
Enorm Biofactory’s new facility is located in Eastern Jutland covering 22,000 square meters and is set to produce over 10,000 tons of insect meal per year.
The facility is the third largest plant in Brazil in plants with only one production line and the first at the technological level.
Eduardo Hurel will oversee the business and performance in these regions.
The new line of products maintains constant organic matter levels during the grow-out stage without requiring additional bioremediation procedures.
The Innovative FEED Act aims to improve the regulatory environment for new animal feed ingredients.
Tarjei Eide will take over as the head of Cargill Aqua Nutrition’s North Sea & Canada business and will replace Fredrik Witte who made the decision to leave Cargill.
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.
Testing in three brands of Tasmanian salmon were within the maximum residue limits, 1mg per kg of salmon.
Sustainable shrimp production has significantly advanced with a commercial-scale trial showing that a new diet with lower levels of protein can produce the same-sized shrimps with less impact on the environment.
Skretting Australia will start validation trials for String Bio’s product Pro-DG®, a sustainable protein produced from potent greenhouse gasses.